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In Australia, observed the first this year's solar eclipse

Despite cloudy weather yesterday, April 29, the Solar Eclipse was a "ring of fire" annular eclipse only for the uninhabited strip of Antarctica. To observers in Australia, about 65 percent of the Sun was obscured.

The solar eclipse on Tuesday was the first of two in 2014, the second should occur on October 23. This event in October will be seen mainly from Canada and the United States. Today's event occurred after the full lunar eclipse of 15 April. The next lunar eclipse will also be complete and expected 8 October.

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