We earthlings have what may be a unique opportunity in all the universe to view a stellar corona during a total solar eclipse. And while a solar eclipse is rare even on Earth, other ... See full summary »
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Natalie Batalha ...
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Arthur Stanley Eddington ...
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Alex Filippenko ...
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Adam Frank ...
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Holly Gilbert ...
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Greg Laughlin ...
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Glenn Schneider ...
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We earthlings have what may be a unique opportunity in all the universe to view a stellar corona during a total solar eclipse. And while a solar eclipse is rare even on Earth, other eclipses are incredibly common despite the near perfect alignment required. In addition to the solar and lunar eclipses we are all familiar with this program looks at interplanetary and interstellar eclipses Written by David Foss

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