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This Monday we experienced a rare total solar eclipse. Although this time did not last long, the impression was still quite profound. In the past, I only have memories of a lunar eclipse and a blue moon in 2018. This was the first time I directly observed a solar eclipse. It was cloudy in the afternoon, but you could still vaguely see the crescent-shaped light of the sun that was partially blocked. At the moment of the solar eclipse, half of the sky darkens, and it feels like dusk has entered early. Unlike lunar eclipses, since solar eclipses occur during the day and the contrast is relatively large, the shock level of watching a solar eclipse this time is far greater than the last lunar eclipse. The nearby street scene is accompanied by the light of "dusk" and the "sunya" hanging in the sky, forming another impressive beauty.

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