Viewing a Hybrid Eclipse

The moon passes between the earth and the sun to cause an eclipse in Bogota, Colombia.

hide captionThe moon passes between the Earth and the sun to cause an eclipse as seen in Bogota, Colombia.

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A rare, hybrid eclipse occurs Friday. The best viewing is in parts of Panama and the South Pacific. A hybrid appears both as either a complete or obscured eclipse depending on one's vantage point. It occurs only six times every century.

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