Eyes have been pointed to the skies this morning as Hyndburn witnessed a partial solar eclipse.
A break in the cloud allowed people to witness the special astronomical event.
The first phase of the eclipse started at around 8.30am on Friday, the moment the moon began to obscure the sun.
By 9.30am the partial eclipse reached its most dramatic phase with 90 per cent of the sun obscured over Hyndburn.
After that point the moon appeared to move away from the sun and the eclipse slowly petered out until it finally ended at around 10.30am.
You've been sending in your pictures of the spectacular astronomical event which we've put together in a gallery.