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写真 | 2019年 07月 4日 01:40 JST

Chile's solar eclipse

A person gestures while observing a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile, July 2, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz

A person gestures while observing a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile, July 2, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalemore

A person gestures while observing a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile, July 2, 2019. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz
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A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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A woman tests special glasses for the total solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz

A woman tests special glasses for the total solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galamore

A woman tests special glasses for the total solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz
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A person observes a solar eclipse at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A person observes a solar eclipse at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A person observes a solar eclipse at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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A man holds up a protective mask to observe a solar eclipse at La Serena, Chile. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A man holds up a protective mask to observe a solar eclipse at La Serena, Chile. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

A man holds up a protective mask to observe a solar eclipse at La Serena, Chile. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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People watch a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz

People watch a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz

People watch a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz
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People watch a solar eclipse at La Serena, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

People watch a solar eclipse at La Serena, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

People watch a solar eclipse at La Serena, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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A partial solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A partial solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A partial solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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A partial solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A partial solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A partial solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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A partial solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A partial solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A partial solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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People test their special solar glasses before the solar eclipse in La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) at Coquimbo, Chile July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

People test their special solar glasses before the solar eclipse in La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESmore

People test their special solar glasses before the solar eclipse in La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) at Coquimbo, Chile July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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A blind person touches a relief image to read a map of the total solar eclipse at Cachiyuyo, Chile. In the minutes before a solar eclipse plunged Chile into darkness, a loudspeaker projected a deep baritone to a group of blind men and women who had traveled to the Atacama desert to "hear" what hundreds of thousands of others had come to see. Then, a moment of silence until the sunlight, and the sound, returned.

REUTERS/Natalia Ramos

A blind person touches a relief image to read a map of the total solar eclipse at Cachiyuyo, Chile. In the minmore

A blind person touches a relief image to read a map of the total solar eclipse at Cachiyuyo, Chile. In the minutes before a solar eclipse plunged Chile into darkness, a loudspeaker projected a deep baritone to a group of blind men and women who had traveled to the Atacama desert to "hear" what hundreds of thousands of others had come to see. Then, a moment of silence until the sunlight, and the sound, returned. REUTERS/Natalia Ramos
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A blind woman uses a device to 'listen' to the total solar eclipse at Cachiyuyo, Chile. The musical experience, orchestrated by Chile's University of Valparaiso, was designed to help blind people, or those with some level of visual impairment, experience the phenomenon through a change in the frequency of sounds.

REUTERS/Natalia Ramos

A blind woman uses a device to 'listen' to the total solar eclipse at Cachiyuyo, Chile. The musical experiencemore

A blind woman uses a device to 'listen' to the total solar eclipse at Cachiyuyo, Chile. The musical experience, orchestrated by Chile's University of Valparaiso, was designed to help blind people, or those with some level of visual impairment, experience the phenomenon through a change in the frequency of sounds. REUTERS/Natalia Ramos
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A man watches a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz

A man watches a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz

A man watches a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz
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A boy tests special glasses for viewing the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado

A boy tests special glasses for viewing the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado

A boy tests special glasses for viewing the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado
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People view the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado

People view the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado

People view the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado
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A scientist looks at the sun through a telescope before of the solar eclipse in La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) at Coquimbo, Chile July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

A scientist looks at the sun through a telescope before of the solar eclipse in La Silla European Southern Obsmore

A scientist looks at the sun through a telescope before of the solar eclipse in La Silla European Southern Observatory (ESO) at Coquimbo, Chile July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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A man tests special glasses for viewing the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado

A man tests special glasses for viewing the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado

A man tests special glasses for viewing the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado
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Women use eclipse glasses to observe a solar eclipse at La Serena, Chile. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Women use eclipse glasses to observe a solar eclipse at La Serena, Chile. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Women use eclipse glasses to observe a solar eclipse at La Serena, Chile. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza
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A boy tests a handmade viewfinder for viewing the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado

A boy tests a handmade viewfinder for viewing the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercadmore

A boy tests a handmade viewfinder for viewing the total solar eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia. REUTERS/David Mercado
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People watch a solar eclipse at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

People watch a solar eclipse at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido

People watch a solar eclipse at Coquimbo, Chile, July 2. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
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A woman watches a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz

A woman watches a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz

A woman watches a solar eclipse at Incahuasi, Chile. REUTERS/Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz
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