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July 9, 2012

Total Solar Eclipse Over Patagonia (Image 3)

Approaching mid-totality of a total solar eclipse over Patagonia, 80 kilometers east of El Calafate in Argentina's Santa Cruz province, July 11, 2010. This somewhat longer exposure shows the snowy high plain and view towards a broad valley between the photographer's vantage point and the Andes Mountains.

You can read photographer Daniel Fischer's first-hand account experiencing this eclipse Here. (Date of Image: July 2010) [Image 3 of 3 related images. Back to Image 1.]

Credit: Daniel Fischer

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