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Ring of Fire Eclipse (11 pics)

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  • 17 May, 2013  |
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Ring of Fire is a rare type of eclipse that took place on May 10, 2013, in Australia and south Pacific. Moon blacked out 95% of the sun, leaving fiery outline. The next time such eclipse will happen in 22 years.

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№1 Author: 1234 (17 May 2013 03:08) Total user comments: 1877


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:02: :04: beautiful......i seen eclipse as little kid remember been told not to look at it but i did for like second nothing happened
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№2 Author: kryptor (17 May 2013 05:42) Total user comments: 3279


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cool stuff
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№3 Author: Jockey straddler (17 May 2013 08:21) Total user comments: 626


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The same old crap. :02: ..Oooh, this will happen again after 22 years, 6 months later you see it again..!!
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№4 Author: Proxy (17 May 2013 13:13) Total user comments: 68


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still don't understand how come there are 2 rings in the sky
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№5 Author: adzhoe (17 May 2013 21:44) Total user comments: 14959


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Cool, could be lens flare from the camera's lens elements. I don't think it's the atmosphere.
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№6 Author: Lu (17 May 2013 22:01) Total user comments: 14877


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Nature is amazing.
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№7 Author: Zheromarez (18 May 2013 01:20) Total user comments: 119


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I very much want to see one... :02:
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№8 Author: Jinxaruny (18 May 2013 23:25) Total user comments: 10324


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Beautiful!
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