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    20 Solar Eclipse Photos You Really Should See

    Missed the solar eclipse because of the clouds? Here are some photos to make up for it.

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    People all over the UK (and the rest of the world) watched this morning's eclipse...

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    Rex/REX USA

    Ellie and Jojo Roach watching the solar eclipse on the steps of the National Museum in Cardiff, Wales (left), and a cat in Varna, Bulgaria (right).

    ...and even if it was a bit cloudy for some, there are some amazing photos.

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    Members of the Galloway Forest Astronomical Society prepare their equipment the day before the solar eclipse in Newton Stewart, Scotland.

    1. The view from Cornwall, England.

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    2. Coventry, England.

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    3. Plymouth, England.

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    4. The partial eclipse seen against Damien Hirst's statue "Verity" in Ilfracombe, Devon, England.

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    Adam Gray / SWNS.com

    5. And zoomed in.

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    6. Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

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    7. The partial solar eclipse and some lemurs at Chester Zoo, England.

    Chester Zoo

    8. Brussels, Belgium.

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    9. Neuzelle, Germany.

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    10. Northampton, England.

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    11. Milan, Italy.

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    12. Two storks sit in their nest on top of a chapel in Salamaca, Spain.

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    13. Munich, Germany.

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    14. Munich, Germany (plus a dove, because why not).

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    15. Liverpool, England.

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    Paul Ellis / Getty Images

    16. Strasbourg, France.

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    17. Glasgow, Scotland.

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    18. Bristol, England.

    19. The total eclipse as seen from Svalbard, Norway.

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    The total eclipse was only visible in the Faroe Islands and the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard.

    20. Svalbard, Norway.

    Norsk Telegrambyra As / Reuters

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