Instant Index: Partial Solar Eclipse Offers Spectacular Sight

David Muir reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
1:00 | 11/03/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: Partial Solar Eclipse Offers Spectacular Sight
Our -- index here to Sunday night and one German town breathing easier this evening after bombs here from another -- -- 124000. Pound bomb from World War II. Out in the western city or once everyone was safe nuclear shelter space and -- and moved him. -- -- -- -- Sat in this country tonight into a spectacular sight a partial solar eclipse you had to be up early to see it had to be on the East Coast this one this -- -- in Queens New York. The -- there blocking out part of the sun for about 30 minutes early this morning. But out of Africa -- look at this a more dramatic scene over Kenya a total eclipse darkened the sky. -- about fifteen cents. Stunning. More buzz tonight about the upcoming Batman Superman film superhero fans now asking. Is Wonder Woman jumping into the mix we're taking -- Wonder Woman will appear in the man of steel sequel after Warner Bros. executives said at a convention that a Wonder Woman appearance. Being taken very seriously no one knows who played superhero -- immortalized by Lynda Carter on TV show back at seven.

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