The Last Eclipse

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eclipse(i-’klips), n: a complete or partial hiding or darkening of one celestial body by another
Webster’s Encyclopedic Dictionary

On Wednesday the 11th of August, earth will witness an awe inspiring celestial event: the moon will move between the sun and the earth creating a Dark Sun, a total solar eclipse. The last solar eclipse in this millenium.

With speeds of up to 7200 km/h the shadow of the moon will race from the Atlantic Coast east of New York through Europe, leaving our planet again from India's east coast.

Only places within the core shadow's path will let you see a total eclipse. Thousands of people will travel from all over the world to those chosen locations to watch this unique, awe-inspiring celestial event.

Millions of people from all over the world wide web, however, will watch it from home. Live on the Web... at

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