Skygazers in Norfolk catch partial solar eclipse
People in Norfolk caught a glimpse of a solar eclipse this morning through a gap in the clouds.
The moon could be seen passing the sun and the earth over the county at about 8.20am this morning, creating a partial solar eclipse.
It was the UK's first partial solar eclipse since 2008 and comes more than 11 years after the full eclipse of 1999.
The next partial eclipse will be in 2015 – with another 79 years to wait before we see the next total eclipse.