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PHOTOS | Solar Eclispe

4:06 PM, Nov 14, 2012   |    comments
  • The Diamond Ring effect is visible during the eclipse. Greg Wood, AFP/Getty Images
  • The moon moves between the earth and sun as people watch the solar eclipse at Palm Cove. Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images
  • Women wear special glasses to watch the solar eclipse. Greg Wood, AFP/Getty Images
  • People use cameras and telescopes to watch the eclipse. Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images
  • A girl prepares to watch the solar eclipse through special viewing glasses at Palm Cove. Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images
  • A spectator views the eclipse from Palm Cove. Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images
  • A boy gets ready to view the solar eclipse with his telescope on Nov. 14 in Palm Cove, Australia. Thousands of people gathered in North Queensland to enjoy the solar eclipse, the first in Australia in a decade. Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images
  • Terry Cuttle uses a telescope at Palm Cove. Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images
  • Thousands of people line the beach to view the total solar eclipse in Palm Cove. Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images
  • The moon begins to move between the earth and the sun. Just after dawn on Nov. 14, the eclipse began to cast a 95-mile shadow across Australia's northern territory. Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images
  • A woman uses special glasses to watch the eclipse at Palm Cove. Ian Hitchcock, Getty Images
    
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On Nov. 14 in Palm Cove, Australia, thousands of people gathered to enjoy the solar eclipse, the first in Australia in a decade. (USA Today)

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