Were you one of the Boldon School students pictured in 2015 as you took part in an experiment which was all to do with the eclipse?
Here’s a bit of a reminder of the event. Peter Brundle, physics teacher at the school, led a class project for over 250 pupils, collecting data on cloud cover, temperature and humidity changes during the eclipse.
It was all part of the BBC’s Stargazing live, with information gleaned sent off to the University of Reading to aid research into the effects of the eclipse on weather conditions.
But were you pictured? Take a look and see if you can spot someone you know.