Five questions about the solar Eclipse: myths and truths
12 million people on 21 August will see a total solar Eclipse. This phenomenon is associated with many superstitions and prejudices. Which of them are true, some fiction?
Monday, August 21, in the darkness in the middle of the day immersed 12 million people: a total solar Eclipse will see the inhabitants of the American States from Oregon to South Carolina.
Residents of Carbondale in Illinois will see the longest total Eclipse of the sun will be closed by the Moon, 2 minutes, 41 seconds.
Another 200 million people will be able to see a partial Eclipse.
NASA will broadcast live Eclipse from several points: from space, from the air and from the ground.
Does the Eclipse in person? And whether to wait for natural disasters?
The answers to the main questions about the Eclipse was looking for the Russian service Bi-bi-si.
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