In this photo released by Tourism Queensland, people gather on a beach at Palm Cove in Queensland state, Australia, to watch and photograph a total solar eclipse Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Starting just after dawn, the eclipse cast its 150-kilometer (95-mile) shadow in Australia's Northern Territory, crossed the northeast tip of the country and was swooping east across the South Pacific, where no islands are in its direct path. (AP Photo/Tourism Queensland, Murray Anderson-Clemence) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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In this photo released by Tourism Queensland, people gather on a beach at Palm Cove in Queensland state, Australia, to watch and photograph a total solar eclipse Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Starting just after dawn, the eclipse cast its 150-kilometer (95-mile) shadow in Australia's Northern Territory, crossed the northeast tip of the country and was swooping east across the South Pacific, where no islands are in its direct path. (AP Photo/Tourism Queensland, Murray Anderson-Clemence) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
In this photo released by Tourism Queensland, people gather on a beach at Palm Cove in Queensland state, Australia, to watch and photograph a total solar eclipse Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. Starting just after dawn, the eclipse cast its 150-kilometer (95-mile) shadow in Australia's Northern Territory, crossed the northeast tip of the country and was swooping east across the South Pacific, where no islands are in its direct path. (AP Photo/Tourism Queensland, Murray Anderson-Clemence) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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