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<p>Thousands of people in South America watched a solar eclipse that lasted about two minutes on December 14.</p><p>The
eclipse was visible along a 90-kilometer-wide corridor from the Pacific
coast in Chile across the Andes mountain range and into Argentina.</p><p>South America won't see another total eclipse of the sun until 2048.</p>