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Australia witnessed the first solar eclipse of 2014 today, with around two thirds of the sun obscured by the moon during the late afternoon until sunset.
While partial eclipses are relatively common, today's was much more rare because part of the moon’s shadow misses Earth.
Northern Australia is enjoying its first total solar eclipse since 2002.