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How Sussex reacted to the solar eclipse in 2015

PUBLISHED: 09:55 24 March 2015 | UPDATED: 12:53 24 March 2015

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The 2015 solar eclipse was a bit of a disappointment here in Sussex but Twitter didn’t fail to find the funny side. Here are some of the best reactions...

Some improvised

There were plenty of cloud shots

Some used, er, high tech equipment to catch a glimpse

We think this one might have been photoshopped

Some did actually get a good shot...

... and those who didn’t continued to improvise

People gave up and started watching it on TV instead

Then it just went a bit cold

As soon as it was all over, the clouds inevitably lifted

And then we all found out we had a while to wait for the next one. Until then, everyone!

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