Film footage, which lasts just over a minute, was reconstructed by experts from the National archive of the British film Institute.
The British film Institute and the Royal astronomical society digitized and posted for public access the first film the total solar Eclipse of 28 may 1900, according to the Chronicle.info with reference to UNIAN.
Video posted on the website of the Royal astronomical society. The survey was led by the British magician Nevil Maskelyn along with an astronomer from the United States by John bacon on may 28, 1900, during the expedition of the British astronomical Association in North Carolina. This was the second attempt by Neville to shoot the Eclipse. The first time he did it in 1898 in India, but the film was utereny.
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Film footage, which lasts just over a minute, was reconstructed by experts from the National archive of the British film Institute, after which all images were compiled into video with a resolution of 4K, which is published in the public domain.