Monday, August 03, 2009

Pupils of South Harringay Primary School in north London and their headmaster view the eclipse of the sun, 30 June 1954. Millions of people witnessed the total eclipse of the sun as the moon cast its shadow from America through Europe
and on to Asia. For people in Britain, it was the first time they could see
this natural phenomenon since 1927. (Fred Morley/Getty Images)

From Riley.

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