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Hundreds of thousands flock to see eclipse in South America

By AFP
19 December 2020   |   7:00 am
Wearing goggles while looking up into the sky, Buenos Aires residents gather outside the city's Galileo Galilei planetarium to watch a partial solar eclipse -- only visible in southern Chile and Argentina -- as some hope it will bring good omen for 2021.

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