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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Jay Pasachoff
Tens of thousands of tourists, scientists and amateur astronomers from around the world waited anxiously across tropical northern Australia on Tuesday to find out whether the clouds will part in time to see a total eclipse of the sun.
Seeing "the symmetry of a ring of sunlight around the dark silhouette of the moon," Pasachoff said in an email.
of sunlight around the dark silhouette of the moon," Mr. Pasachoff said in an email.