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Annular Solar Eclipse

While looking at Google Maps I happened to notice this black spot over the south Atlantic.  I immediately suspected that this must be Google being clever and showing a solar eclipse and, sure enough, Wikipedia shows that there is an annular solar eclipse in progress in that area at this very moment: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_eclipse#/media/File:Central_eclipses_2001-2020.png

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