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Corona details. This image has been composed from different combinations of polarized images during totality, to bring out the details of the structures in the corona. The images were taken by the ESA-CESAR team observing the eclipse from ESO's La Silla Observatory in Chile, South America on 2 July 2019.Credit: ESA / eyevine
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- People watch the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile, July 2, 2019. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A woman watches the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile, July 2, 2019. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- People watch the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile, July 2, 2019. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 2, 2019 shows the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 2, 2019 shows the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 2, 2019 shows the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A man watches the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile, July 2, 2019. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 2, 2019 shows the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 2, 2019 shows the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A kid watches the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile, July 2, 2019. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A man watches the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile, July 2, 2019. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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(190703) -- LA SERENA, July 3, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 2, 2019 shows the solar eclipse in La Serena, central Chile. A total solar eclipse occurred in La Serena on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Jorge Villegas)
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The moon blocks the sun during a total solar eclipse in La Higuera, Chile, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Northern Chile is known for clear skies and some of the largest, most powerful telescopes on Earth are being built in the area, turning the South American country into a global astronomy hub. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix), APTOPIX
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A man stands under a total solar eclipse in La Higuera, Chile, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Northern Chile is known for clear skies and some of the largest, most powerful telescopes on Earth are being built in the area, turning the South American country into a global astronomy hub. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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The moon blocks the sun during a total solar eclipse, seen from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun and scores a bull's-eye by completely blocking out the sunlight. (AP Photo/Marcos Brindicci)
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The moon passes in front of the setting sun during a total solar eclipse in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun and scores a bull's-eye by completely blocking out the sunlight. (AP Photo/Marcos Brindicci)
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The moon blocks the sun during a total solar eclipse in La Higuera, Chile, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Northern Chile is known for clear skies and some of the largest, most powerful telescopes on Earth are being built in the area, turning the South American country into a global astronomy hub. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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People watch a total solar eclipse in La Higuera, Chile, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Northern Chile is known for clear skies and some of the largest, most powerful telescopes on Earth are being built in the area, turning the South American country into a global astronomy hub. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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The moon passes in front of the sun during a solar eclipse in La Higuera, Chile, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Tens of thousands of tourists and locals gaped skyward Tuesday as a rare total eclipse of the sun began to darken the heavens over northern Chile. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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People stand in line for their chance to view the solar eclipse through a telescope in an astronomical complex at the University Mayor de San Andres in La Paz, Bolivia, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun and scores a bull???s-eye by completely blocking out the sunlight. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
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People view the solar eclipse through a telescope in an astronomical complex at the University Mayor de San Andres in La Paz, Bolivia, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun and scores a bull???s-eye by completely blocking out the sunlight. (AP Photo/Juan Karita)
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People stand in the dark as they stop to view a total solar eclipse in Chascomus, Argentina, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun and scores a bull's-eye by completely blocking out the sunlight. (AP Photo/Gustavo Garello), APTOPIX
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A man looks up at a total solar eclipse in La Higuera, Chile, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Northern Chile is known for clear skies and some of the largest, most powerful telescopes on Earth are being built in the area, turning the South American country into a global astronomy hub. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix), APTOPIX
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The moon passes in front of the setting sun during a total solar eclipse in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun and scores a bull's-eye by completely blocking out the sunlight. (AP Photo/Marcos Brindicci), APTOPIX
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People watch a total solar eclipse in La Higuera, Chile, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Northern Chile is known for clear skies and some of the largest, most powerful telescopes on Earth are being built in the area, turning the South American country into a global astronomy hub. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix), APTOPIX
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An astronomer prepares his telescope ahead of a solar eclipse at the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO), in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Day will briefly turn to night Tuesday over large parts of Chile and Argentina as a total eclipse of the Sun plunges a vast swath of the southern Pacific and the cone of South America into darkness. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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An astronomer prepares equipment ahead of a solar eclipse at the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO), in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Day will briefly turn to night Tuesday over large parts of Chile and Argentina as a total eclipse of the Sun plunges a vast swath of the southern Pacific and the cone of South America into darkness. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Astronomers prepare telescopes ahead of a solar eclipse at the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO), in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Day will briefly turn to night Tuesday over large parts of Chile and Argentina as a total eclipse of the Sun plunges a vast swath of the southern Pacific and the cone of South America into darkness. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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A tourist tries special glasses at La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO), ahead of a solar eclipse in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Day will briefly turn to night Tuesday over large parts of Chile and Argentina as a total eclipse of the Sun plunges a vast swath of the southern Pacific and the cone of South America into darkness. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Tourists wear special glasses ahead of a solar eclipse at La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO), in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Day will briefly turn to night Tuesday over large parts of Chile and Argentina as a total eclipse of the Sun plunges a vast swath of the southern Pacific and the cone of South America into darkness. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Tourists wear special glasses ahead of a solar eclipse at La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO), in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Day will briefly turn to night Tuesday over large parts of Chile and Argentina as a total eclipse of the Sun plunges a vast swath of the southern Pacific and the cone of South America into darkness. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone. (Photo by JUAN MABROMATA / AFP)
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(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on July 02, 2019 shows different stages of the solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photos by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from the La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from Congreso neighborhood in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone. (Photo by ALEJANDRO PAGNI / AFP)
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Solar eclipse as seen from Congreso neighborhood in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone. (Photo by ALEJANDRO PAGNI / AFP)
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The total solar eclipse as seen from El Molle, Chile, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Stan HONDA / AFP)
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The "diamond ring effect" is seen during the total solar eclipse rom El Molle, Chile, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Stan HONDA / AFP)
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The Baily's beads effect, or diamond ring effect, is seen during the total solar eclipse from El Molle, Chile, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Stan HONDA / AFP)
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People watch the solar eclipse, from Puclaro, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by CLAUDIO REYES / AFP)
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The diamond ring effect is seen during the total solar eclipse from El Molle, Chile, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Stan HONDA / AFP)
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A sliver of the sun is seen just before totality during the total solar eclipse from El Molle, Chile July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Stan HONDA / AFP)
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A partially eclipsed sun sets behind a mountain ridge as seen from El Molle, Chile, on July 2, 2019 after the total solar eclipse. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Stan HONDA / AFP)
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The sun emerges from behind the moon as people watch the total solar eclipse from El Molle, Chile, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Stan HONDA / AFP)
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People watch the total solar eclipse from El Molle, Chile, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Stan HONDA / AFP)
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View of the total solar eclipse from a commercial flight while overflying La Serena, Chile, on July 2, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by Ariel MARINKOVIC / AFP)
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(190701) -- NEW YORK, July 1, 2019 (Xinhua) -- A visitor looks at daguerreotype records of the stages of the moon's transit across the sun during an eclipse at the media preview of the "Apollo's Muse: The Moon in the Age of Photography" exhibition in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the United States, July 1, 2019. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will present visual representations of the moon from the dawn of photography through the present in the exhibition. Lasting from July 3 to September 22, the show will feature more than 170 photographs together with a selection of related drawings, prints, paintings, films, astronomical instruments and cameras used by Apollo astronauts. (Xinhua/Wang Ying)
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Students decorate a wall about the next day's total solar eclipse at their school in La Higuera, Chile, Monday, July 1, 2019. Tourists and scientists will gather in northern Chile, one of the best places in the world to watch the next the eclipse that will plunge parts of South America into darkness. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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Children test out special binoculars to view tomorrow's total solar eclipse near Central Park in La Higuera, Chile, Monday, July 1, 2019. Tourists and scientists will gather in northern Chile, one of the best places in the world to watch the next the eclipse that will plunge parts of South America into darkness. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A youth tests special binoculars to view tomorrow's total solar eclipse near Central Park in La Higuera, Chile, Monday, July 1, 2019. Tourists and scientists will gather in northern Chile, one of the best places in the world to watch the next the eclipse that will plunge parts of South America into darkness. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A girl tests special binoculars to view tomorrow's total solar eclipse near Central Park in La Higuera, Chile, Monday, July 1, 2019. Tourists and scientists will gather in northern Chile, one of the best places in the world to watch the next the eclipse that will plunge parts of South America into darkness. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A youth dressed as a shaman arrives to take part in a photo session before Tuesday's total solar eclipse, in La Higuera, Chile, Monday, July 1, 2019. Tourists and scientists will gather in northern Chile, one of the best places in the world to watch the next the eclipse that will plunge parts of South America into darkness. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix), APTOPIX
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An astronomer looks at the sun through a telescope on the eve of a solar eclipse, in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, in the Atacama desert about 580 km north of Santiago, on July 1, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will be visible from small parts of Chile and Argentina on July 2. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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An astronomer looks at the sun through a telescope on the eve of a solar eclipse, in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, in the Atacama desert about 580 km north of Santiago, on July 1, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will be visible from small parts of Chile and Argentina on July 2. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Astronomy students cook at their camp on the eve of a solar eclipse, in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, in the Atacama desert about 580 km north of Santiago, on July 1, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will be visible from small parts of Chile and Argentina on July 2. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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A schoolboy tries special sunglasses at the Pedro Pablo Munoz school in La Higuera, Coquimbo Region, in the Atacama desert about 580 km north of Santiago, on the eve of a solar eclipse on July 1, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will be visible from small parts of Chile and Argentina on July 2. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Tourists look at the sun before a solar eclipse in a entrance of an astronomical camp which expects to receive thousands of tourists to observe the July 2 total solar eclipse, in the commune of Vallenar in the Atacama desert about 600 km north of Santiago, on July 1, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will be visible from small parts of Chile and Argentina on July 2. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Tourists arrive at an astronomical camp which expects to receive thousands of tourists to observe the solar eclipse, in the commune of Vallenar in the Atacama desert about 600 km north of Santiago, on July 1, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will be visible from small parts of Chile and Argentina on July 2. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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A tourist looks at the sun before a solar eclipse in Vicuna, Valle del Elqui, Coquimbo region, in Atacama desert, about 500 km north of Santiago, Chile, on June 30, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will darken completely two regions in the north of Chile Tuesday. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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Tourists look at the sun before a solar eclipse in Vicuna, Valle del Elqui, Coquimbo region, in Atacama desert, about 500 km north of Santiago, Chile, on June 30, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will darken completely two regions in the north of Chile Tuesday. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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A tourist looks at the sun before a solar eclipse in Vicuna, Valle del Elqui, Coquimbo region, in Atacama desert, about 500 km north of Santiago, Chile, on June 30, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will darken completely two regions in the north of Chile Tuesday. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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A tourist looks at the sun before a solar eclipse in Vicuna, Valle del Elqui, Coquimbo region, in Atacama desert, about 500 km north of Santiago, Chile, on June 30, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will darken completely two regions in the north of Chile Tuesday. (Photo by Martin BERNETTI / AFP)
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Solar glasses are displayed for sale before a solar eclipse in Vicuna, Valle del Elqui, Coquimbo region, in Atacama desert, about 500 km north of Santiago, Chile, on June 30, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will darken completely two regions in the north of Chile Tuesday. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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A man holds solar glasses before a solar eclipse in Vicuna, Valle del Elqui, Coquimbo region, in Atacama desert, about 500 km north of Santiago, Chile, on June 30, 2019. - A total solar eclipse will darken completely two regions in the north of Chile Tuesday. (Photo by MARTIN BERNETTI / AFP)
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People watch the solar eclipse, from Puclaro, Coquimbo Region, Chile, on July 02, 2019. - Tens of thousands of tourists braced Tuesday for a rare total solar eclipse that was expected to turn day into night along a large swath of Latin America's southern cone, including much of Chile and Argentina. (Photo by CLAUDIO REYES / AFP)