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Friday, August 8, 2008

Ho wat a girl..be live it....

A paralyzed girl is half buried in the sand on the bank of river Indus, following her physicist advise to stay in sand during the solar eclipse as he claims its rays heals the victims, in Hyderabad, Pakistan, 01 August 2008. The Institute of Space and Planetary Astrophysics at the Karachi University said that only a partial eclipse was seen in the north western part of Pakistan on 01 August 2008. EPA/NADEEM KHAWER

Upcoming Solar Eclipses: Views from Around the World

• March 29, 2006: From eastern Brazil across northern Africa, Turkey, and Russia

• August 1, 2008: From northern Canada and Greenland across the Arctic Ocean to Russia, Mongolia, and China

• July 22, 2009: Visible across central India and Nepal to Bhutan, Burma, and China

• July 11, 2010: Cruise to Tahiti or watch from Easter Island, Chile, or Argentina

• November 13, 2012: Visible from north central Australia to the Great Barrier Reef

• March 9, 2016: Crosses Indonesia—Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi, and Halmahera

• August 21, 2017: Sweeps a 70-mile-wide path across the United States, moving across Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina

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