On Wednesday, November 14, 2012 a total solar eclipse was visible in Northern Australia and the Pacific Islands. Thousands of people in North Queensland had the opportunity to view the rare spectacle of a total solar eclipse when the moon covers the entire face of the sun.
Seeing a total eclipse is perhaps one of the most spectacular astronomical phenomenon that you will ever see. Cairns was lucky enough to be directly in the path of the moons shadow.
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