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Rare solar eclipse visible in the Northern Hemisphere

A rare solar eclipse is sweeping parts of North America, Europe and Africa allowing a view of the sun totally or partially blocked out by the moon.

The eclipse was first visible in the southern United States before sweeping east across the Atlantic Ocean and the African continent.

This was the first time it’s occurred since 1854, according to CNN’s Alexandra Steele – check out the report below:



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