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  • 1. ANGKOR WAT, Cambodia—A solar eclipse, 1995.
  • 2. LONDON—People gather on Primrose Hill to witness a total eclipse of the sun, 1999.
  • 3. LONDON—People gather on Primrose Hill to witness a total eclipse of the sun, 1999
  • 4. KUWAIT—Kuwaiti Oil Co. personnel and their families bring a picnic lunch to the desert to watch an eclipse, 1952.
  • 5. INDIA—Crowds waiting for the eclipse in Kurukshetra, 1965
  • 6. FÉCAMP, France—A solar eclipse along the cliffs during low tide on Y-Port Beach in Haute Normandie, Aug. 11, 1999.
  • 7. ZURICH, Switzerland—Children blacken a glass plate with a candle to watch a partial eclipse of the sun, 1954.
  • 8. PREVEZA, Greece—In the Epirus region, 2000.
  • 9. FÉCAMP, France—The Gaumy family and friends watch the solar eclipse in Haute Normandie, 1999
  • 10. ANGKOR WAT, Cambodia—Buddhist monks observe a solar eclipse, 1995.
  • 11. The sun, 1970.
  • 12. LONDON—Danish artist Olafur Eliasson's installation of a huge artificial sun in Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern, 2003.
  • 13. ALPES-DE-HAUTE-PROVENCE, France—1985
  • 14. THIRA, Greece—Santorini, Cyclades, 1937

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