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No Need For Special Glasses To Soak Up The Cosmic Vibes: 12 Incredible Solar Eclipse Photos

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Tens of thousands of Australians turned out to watch a rare total solar eclipse Wednesday morning, with the spectacle plunging the northeastern state of Queensland into darkness for two minutes. Residents of New Zealand and eastern Indonesia were also able to see a partial eclipse.

Take a looks at these photos as the next total solar eclipse will not take place until March 2015.

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Screenshot from BBC documentary "how the police and gangs hunt LGBT people in Egypt"

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