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The solar eclipse seen from St. Peter's Square in Rome

(-VIDEO ONLY -) The pilgrims in St. Peter's Square witnessed the day briefly darken as the Moon passed across the Sun. ; The solar eclipse on Friday, March 20 was not easy to see, because it was a partial eclipse. The alignment of the Earth, Sun, and Moon won't be visible from Europe again until 2026. MPI/ATO MG VM -PR up: MPI