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PHOTO GALLERY: Partial lunar eclipse across the World on Monday


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Temple of Poseidon is seen as a full moon is partially covered by the Earth's shadow during a lunar eclipse in Cape Sounion, east of Athens, Greece, August 7, 2017 Reuters
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The moon is seen during a partial lunar eclipse is seen in the sky in Rawalpindi, Pakistan August 8, 2017 Reuters
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The August moon in seen in a partial lunar eclipse over a ship in Zakynthos island on Monday, Aug. 7, 2017 AP
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The August moon in seen in a partial lunar eclipse rise over the Ionian sea in Zakynthos island on Monday, Aug. 7, 2017 AP
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The full moon is seen during a partial lunar eclipse above the Bernese Alps, from Bern, in Switzerland on Monday, Aug. 7, 2017 AP
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The first penumbral eclipse of moon of 2017 seen behind the electric power transmission lines in Lipjan, Kosovo on Monday, Aug. 7, 2017 AP
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People watch at a rising full moon during a partial lunar eclipse atop a hill at the Tio Pio park in Madrid, Monday, Aug. 7, 2017 AP
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The rising moon is seen during a partial lunar eclipse between buildings in Malaga, southern Spain August 7, 2017 Reuters
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The moon standing in a partial lunar eclipse can be seen behind a constructin crane on August 7, 2017 in Gilching, southern Germany AFP
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A natural gas-fired power plant recently constructed by Siemens is seen during a partial lunar eclipse of the moon in Delimara, outside the village of Marsaxlokk, Malta, August 7, 2017 Reuters
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Monday's full moon was accompanied by a partial lunar eclipse seen around the World

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