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2014-Apr-21, 05:40 PM
Will anyone see next week’s solar eclipse? On April 29th, an annular solar eclipse occurs over a small D-shaped 500 kilometre wide region of Antarctica. This will be the second eclipse for 2014*— the first was the April 15th total lunar eclipse —*and the first solar eclipse of the year, marking the end of the […]

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