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The eclipse of November 3rd, 2013 is a "hybrid" eclipse. That means that along the central section of the path it will be a very short total eclipse while at the beginning of the path there will be an annular eclipse. Hence the unoffical term "hybrid" being associated with this very special type of eclipse. The reason is that the darkest shadow of the moon doesn't quite reach the surface at that locations.
Most of this eclipse occurs over the Atlantic Ocean with the only landfall being in Africa across relatively large areas of sparsely inhabited land, most being rain forest. The best observing locations given the weather conditions are at sea, south of Liberia requiring a ship or aircraft.