Solar Eclipse

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Thousands of tourists gathered across the north Chilean Atacama desert on 2 July to experience a rare total eclipse of the sun. A group of blind men and women got to enjoy the astronomical event via a device that changes light frequencies into sound. Chile has not witnessed an eclipse since 1592 but is the best place to watch the phenomenon, as it has the world’s clearest skies.
With this century’s longest blood moon on its way we tell you everything you need to know about this incredible spectacle.
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This is the country's first total solar eclipse since 1979.