There can be multitudes of ways to do so.
Go through following resources for some ways to do it.:
Or let us know the sample layout you are looking out for. Shall happy to assist you further.
I have Photoshop CC, not Photoshop Elements. So, I’m not sure how any of these tutorials help me.
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You posted your question in the Photoshop Elements forum - hence the replies. I have moved it to the Photoshop forum
Can you explain what final output you are trying to achieve. Is it several phases of eclipse next to each other or something else?
Yes, essentially that’s what I am looking for.
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1.Pick one image to be the background and open it.
2.Then place the next image on a new layer (use File - Place Embedded). As you do each , turn down the opacity of the layer so that you can move it and place it in position. Turn the opacity back up.
3.Make a selection round the sun (use Select and Mask or you may be able to just use the elliptical marquee tool). Then add a layer mask revealing that selection (Layer>Layer Mask>Reveal selection).
4 Repeat steps 2&3 for the remaining images
I haven't see your exposures or the link to what you want, but you can use the menu item to File>Scripts>Load Files into Stack. This will keep them aligned and show how the sun moved in the sky. You can then re-position them if needed with the move tool. Then select all the layers and change the blend mode to lighten.
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I think this is what you are looking for. This guy works or worked for Adobe.
It has helped me tremendously.