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Girls just wanna have sun: Confessions of a compulsive solar eclipse chaser

3 years agoArts / Museums : Beyond Bones

As a veteran eclipse chaser, I’ve seen eight solar eclipses in trips that have taken me around the world. Why travel to the ends of the Earth for an event lasting only a few minutes, you ask? Astronomical objects lie far away and change very little from night to night or even from year to [...]
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