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Huge crowds gather in Far North Queensland to watch total solar eclipse: live stream
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 26529162:MV8yMDQ4NzE2XzM0NDI2ODM5XzI0NDdENDA0] That's interesting. When I saw that the total solar eclipse was the night of the 13th to the morning of the 14th, I assumed that was American time/date (of course! LOL) even though it will not be visible here. I had not factored in that the area where this eclipse will be visible is a day ahead so they ARE in the 13th day of November while we are in the 12th. So this is happening TONIGHT not tomorrow night. Hope to hear some great news coming from this eclipse. Maybe those things long awaited will come to pass! Peace! [/quote]
THOUSANDS of locals, tourists and eclipse chasers in Far North Queensland are hoping for clear skies as they prepare for Australia's first total ...
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