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ECLIPSE Astronomers at the David Dunlap Observatory in Richmond Hill were more fortunate than early-rising Torontonians yesterday morning and took this photograph of partly eclipsed sun as it cleared the eastern horizon at 7:15 a.m. Clouds from Hurricane Gracie blocked view of thousands in east Canada and U.S.A
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ECLIPSE (MTL 4) MONTREAL, DEC. 9--ECLIPSING MOON--The moon enters a total eclipse over the city of Montreal Wednesday. Eds: Photograph is a double exposure (CP Photo) 1992 (stf/Paul Chiasson) PCh1830est
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ECLIPSE The hamlet of Moose River crossing, 642 miles north of Toronto near James Bay, bustled with activity Saturday as 400 astronomy buffs and professionals arrived to view and photograph the eclipse. A group sets up telescopes behind a railway car.
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