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    Their faces register their reactions as women look at a solar eclipse in the sky of Nice, southeastern France, on Friday.

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    The total solar eclipse seen from Svalbard, Norway, where a bright clear day and blindingly white snow highlighted the cosmic event. The Associated Press

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    Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands watch the solar eclipse through special glasses at the Fish Market in Hamburg, Germany, on Friday while on a two-day visit to northern Germany.

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    The sights of Lyon, France, take a backseat to a view of a solar eclipse Friday.

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    In Milan, Italy, the solar eclipse was only partial – yet still dramatic, as shown here behind a statue at the Duomo gothic cathedral. The Associated Press

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    A man shields his eyes from a direct look as he looks at a partial solar eclipse in the sky over Nice in southeastern France on Friday. While a total eclipse was visible in some places, a partial eclipse was seen across Europe and parts of Asia and Africa.

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    The sun is seen during an eclipse in Tunis, Tunisia, on Friday. The rare solar event won't be repeated for more than a decade.

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    A woman use a welder's mask to watch the solar eclipse in Kiev, Ukraine.

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    The Tunisian flag mirrors the shape of the eclipse in Tunis, Tunisia, on Friday.

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    A man uses a dental X-ray to better observe the solar eclipse in Kosovo capital Pristina on Friday. People were warned against looking directly at the sun.

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    Schoolchildren wearing protective glasses pose for photographers at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich Park, as people gather to try to see the solar eclipse in London on Friday.

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    A spot of sunlight breaks through the clouds and shines on a vessel on the sea during the partial phase of a solar eclipse before totality is seen from a hill overlooking Torshavn, the capital of the Faeroe Islands, on Friday. A blanket of clouds in the Faeroe Islands blocked thousands of people there from experiencing the full effect of the total eclipse. The clouds then cleared after totality.

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    A solar eclipse is seen through a dark glass plate in Sarajevo, Bosnia.

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    A solar eclipse is seen through a dark glass plate in Sarajevo, Bosnia , on Friday.

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    Sister Mira from Albania looks at a solar eclipse in St.Peter's Square at the Vatican on Friday. Cloudy weather obscured the event across a large part of the continent.

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    Svalbard, Norway, was among the locations that witnessed the full solar eclipse. The eclipse that darkened parts of Europe on Friday was a rare solar event that won't be repeated for more than a decade. The Associated Press

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    In St.Petersburg, Russia, a halo encircles the solar eclipse – pictured here behind the Alexander Column at Dvortsovaya Palace Square. The halo is caused by the refraction of the sun shining through high thin cirrus clouds containing millions of tiny ice crystals drifting at an altitude of 20,000 feet or more. The Associated Press

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    Visitors try on their solar glasses in preparation to view the solar eclipse in Regent's Park in London on Friday. Because of heavy cloud cover, the eclipse was not visible in London. The Associated Press

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    MARCH 20: A dog wears protective glasses provided by its owner in London's Regent's Park Friday, in preparation for the expected solar eclipse. Alas, heavy cloud cover in London kept the eclipse obscured from view. The Associated Press

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