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“X MARKS THE SPOT”: RARE TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE COMING SOON HASN’T HAPPENED SINCE 1918… BUT HERE’S WHERE IT GETS WEIRD

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 Cinnamon    23,079

It’s being called “The Big One”.

Coming this summer, we will see an event unlike any we’ve seen in North America since 1918: a total solar eclipse crossing the entire United States in a line from coast to coast on August 21, 2017.

The eclipse will begin around 9:48 am Pacific Standard Time. According to NASA, the longest duration of totality will be 2 minutes 41.6 seconds at 37°35′0″N 89°7′0″W in Shawnee National Forest south of Carbondale, Illinois and the greatest extent will be at 36°58′0″N 87°40′18″W near Cerulean, Kentucky.

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http://www.thedailysheeple.com/x-marks-the-spot-rare-total-solar-eclipse-coming-soon-hasnt-happened-since-1918-but-heres-where-it-gets-weird_032017

2 solar eclipses, making an X on the New Madrid Fault line (within 7 years of each of other). Stretching for an anomaly? 

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 COZMO    462

TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE DOOM! :blueguy: Well 7 yr. wait :blink:

 

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