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A partial solar eclipse is seen over the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem, Israel, January 4, 2011. The moon covered 46 percent of the face of the sun and 57 percent of its diameter at it's fullest moments and lasted three hours. UPI/Debbie Hill
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Israeli youth wear special glasses to watch a partial solar eclipse at the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem, Israel, January 4, 2011. The moon covered 46 percent of the face of the sun and 57 percent of its diameter at it's fullest moments and lasted three hours. UPI/Debbie Hill
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Israeli soldiers wear special glasses to watch a partial solar eclipse at the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem, Israel, January 4, 2011. The moon covered 46 percent of the face of the sun and 57 percent of its diameter at it's fullest moments and lasted three hours. UPI/Debbie Hill
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Israeli youth wear special glasses to watch a partial solar eclipse at the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem, Israel, January 4, 2011. The moon covered 46 percent of the face of the sun and 57 percent of its diameter at it's fullest moments and lasted three hours. UPI/Debbie Hill
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Israeli youth wear special glasses to watch a partial solar eclipse at the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem, Israel, January 4, 2011. The moon covered 46 percent of the face of the sun and 57 percent of its diameter at it's fullest moments and lasted three hours. UPI/Debbie Hill
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A partial solar eclipse is seen over the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem, Israel, January 4, 2011. The moon covered 46 percent of the face of the sun and 57 percent of its diameter at it's fullest moments and lasted three hours. UPI/Debbie Hill
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Israeli soldiers wear special glasses to watch a partial solar eclipse at the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem, Israel, January 4, 2011. The moon covered 46 percent of the face of the sun and 57 percent of its diameter at it's fullest moments and lasted three hours. UPI/Debbie Hill
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