Partial solar eclipse

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Setting partial solar eclipse. View of the partial solar eclipse of July 1990 setting over trees in Boise, Idaho, USA. Partial eclipses occur when the Moon partially covers the Sun as seen from Earth. Usually a total eclipse can be seen at the same time from another place on Earth. The path of totality is relatively narrow compared to the area which will observe a partial eclipse.

Credit: William H. Mullins / Science Source

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