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A total solar eclipse is seen from the Northern tip of Australia. The light halo visible around the edges of the moon is the sun's atmosphere, the corona.
Courtesy of Romeo Durscher/NASA
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Clouds partially hide the solar eclipse seen in Australia.
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The halo from a total solar eclipse is seen in Australia.
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A man views the solar eclipse in Australia.
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The edge of the solar eclipse is seen in orange from Australia.
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The total solar eclipse is seen from Australia.
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