Credit: KENS 5 viewer Ana Olleros
South Texans were eagerly watching the western sky as the sun began to set on Sunday night. They were treated to an annular eclipse for the first time in almost 18 years. From South Texas, however, the moon was not centered in the middle of the sun, but instead passed across the lower half. KENS 5 viewers had their cameras ready to capture the mesmerizing sunset. Send your photos to email@example.com!