UT astronomer Paul Lewis explains to WBIR what you may have seen if you took any photos during the solar eclipse.
Many people noticed a second shape when looking back at the photos they took during the eclipse. WBIR asked Lewis what these shapes might have been. He explained that the crescent shapes seen could have been another planet, either Venus or Saturn depending on the side, a star regulus nearer the sun, or an optical reflection. See the full story online.