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If you live down under, don't miss the eclipse

The skies over a slice of northern Australia will darken for a few minutes today as the planet experiences its first total solar eclipse in more than two years.

Most of the world's population will be far from the eclipse's path. But anyone with access to the Internet can follow the action live, for several organizations will provide free webcasts of the alignment of sun and moon.
Today's total solar eclipse is the first since July 2010 and the last until March 2015.
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