On Thursday, the Upstate New York experienced a once-in-a-lifetime sunrise. Before Thursday, the historic sunrise occurred just twice in the past 150 years.
A rare solar eclipse occurred on Thursday where the moon covered about 75 percent of the sun, making the sun look like a crescent sun.
A solar eclipse of this magnitude is very rare. It's happened just twice in the New York region in the last 150 years, in Sept. 1875 and October 1959, officials say.
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Below are 43 stunning photos of this historic sunrise taken across the Hudson Valley.
43 Stunning Photos Show Once in a 'Lifetime' Hudson Valley Sunrise
The Hudson Valley experienced a once in a "lifetime" sunrise. This historic sunrise had occurred just twice in the past 150 years. Check out these must-see photos:
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LEGOLAND New York in Goshen is officially opening this summer. Right now special previews are going on
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