Eight memorable solar eclipses

Publication: MSNBC.com   Date: July 29, 2008   View Article

For most people, the chance to view a total eclipse is a rare, once-in-a-lifetime event: Any given patch of Earth will host one only about once every 375 years on average. Learn about eight memorable eclipses of the past.

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