Wednesday’s total solar eclipse, as seen from China. Parts of Asia fell under darkness this morning as the eclipse lasted over six minutes – the longest solar eclipse of the century so far. Crowds of people traveled to and came out in India, China, and Japan to see the events.
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A woman and her poodle observe the solar eclipse from Hangzhou, China.
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Residents of Hangzhou, China view the eclipse.
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The eclipse as seen from Yinchuan.
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Businessmen in Shenyang observe the eclipse.
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A resident from Hangzhou views the eclipse through a welding helmet.
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Pedestrians watch the eclipse through viewing goggles provided by Google.
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Monks follow the solar eclipse at the Putuo Temple in Zhoushan, in eastern China.
A time-lapse photograph of the eclipse.
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