In this longer exposure, long coronal streamers become visible, along with the planet Mercury, a couple stars, and hints of detail on the Moon's surface, dimly illuminated by sunlight back from the Earth.
The Sun's pearly-white corona, normally hidden from view by the blinding light of the star itself, is seen stretching out in spikes and streamers in this longer exposure sufficient to fill the field of view with detail.
After what seemed like an instant, the Sun began to reemerge in a brilliant flash of light along the upper-right quadrant of the Moon's disc. Solar prominences and the inner corona will remain visible for a few more seconds.
While the main show was now over and most people had already turned their attention elsewhere, the final stages of the partial eclipse remained an impressive sight, with dark sunspots reappearing one by one.