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1. An eclipse takes place when Earth or the moon passes through a shadow of another heavenly body.
2. There are between 2 and 5 solar eclipses every year, each one visible only in a limited area.
3.How rare is a total solar eclipse? Let's find out with Jeff DeTray, Almanac astronomer.
4.The next total solar eclipse viewable in the United States is only seven years away.
5.There are four different types of solar eclipse, namely Partial eclipse, Annular eclipse, Total Eclipse and Hybrid Eclipse.
6. South America- July 2,2019 North America-2024 Antarctica-December 4,2021
7.If you look at the solar eclipse then you could go blind.
8.Here are safety tips for watching the Aug. 21, 2017 total solar eclipse, including when it is safe to remove your eclipse glasses.
9.The 2024 eclipse will have peaks of 4½ minutes. In the United States, it will be visible in a diagonal path crossing from Texas to Maine, according to NASA. Cities like Austin, Texas; Dallas; Little Rock, Arkansas; Indianapolis; Toledo, Cleveland and Akron, Ohio; Buffalo and Rochester, New York; Montpelier, Vermont; and Montreal