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Next Solar Eclipse: Ring of Fire on May 20, 2012

Partial Solar Eclipse Jan 2011,The next solar eclipse will grace the afternoon and early evening skies over much of the United States this Sunday (May 20), offering up a spectacular site for those lucky enough to see it. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon gets directly between Earth and the sun. Sunday’s event will be an partial solar eclipse across most of the United States and Canada,

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from Space.com

Total Solar Eclipse of 2015 Occurs This Week: How to See It

This map shows the predicted path of the total solar eclipse for March 20, 2015. - Credit: Fred Espenak/NASA GSFC

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from The Huffington Post

How To See Sunday's Solar Eclipse

A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun. But did you know that the shadow of a solar eclipse travel at 1,100 miles an hour at the equator and up to 5,000 miles an hour at the poles?

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This image shows the annular solar eclipse of May 9, 2013, as seen through a solar telescope in Australia. The image is a still from video provided by the Slooh community telescope.

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Solar eclipse: 2015 - Stargazing Live - BBC One | http://www.bbc.co.uk/stargazing Professor Brian Cox, Dara O'Briain and Liz Bonnin bring us coverage of the solar eclipse.

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The diamond ring effect of the 2013 total solar eclipse is seen in this amazing photo by eclipse-chasing photographer Ben Cooper, who captured the image from an airplane at 43,000 feet on Nov. 3, 2013 during a rare hybrid annual/total solar eclipse. [Read the Full Story of the Nov. 3 Solar Eclipse Here]

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