The first solar eclipse of 2022 has begun and here's the view!

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It's the moment skywatchers have been waiting for: The year's first solar eclipse has begun. The partial solar eclipse of April 30 began at about 2:45 p.m. EDT (1845 GMT), according to Timeanddate.com, which is livestreaming views from Argentina and Chile. However, the eclipse was first visible over the Southern Ocean off the coast of Antarctica, where few skywatchers could enjoy the solar eclips...

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