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The great american eclipse of 2017

By: Dr. Tim Cundiff

"Niagara Falls.  Breathtaking. Magnificent. But if you haven’t seen them yet, you’ll get your chance as they keep falling year after year.
Old Faithful.  Tremendous.  Spectacular.  The geyser just keeps erupting over and over and over again.  It’s faithful, alright.  And if you miss it today, it will erupt yet again tomorrow.

A Total Solar Eclipse.  A totally different story.  One of the most rare phenomenon in all of nature.  The last time a total solar eclipse spanned our entire country from coast to coast was June 8, 1918.  The Great American Eclipse will be the first total solar eclipse to sweep the US from sea to shining sea in a century."

 

   

 

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