May 10 - Annular Solar Eclipse seen from Australia's outback. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Scientists and astronomers from around the world gathered at Tennant Creek In Australia's outback to view an annular Solar eclipse on Friday (May 10), beginning just before 7 a.m. (2130 GMT on May 9).
An annular solar eclipse happens when the moon moves in front of the sun and a thin ring of light forms.
The next total solar eclipse will be visible from Africa, Southern Europe and Eastern Americas in November 2013.
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