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The True TERRIFYING Reason Behind The Upcoming Solar Eclipse!

This coming Monday, North America will fall victim to a solar eclipse. This is an event that takes place when the moon will completely cover the sun, and in this particular instance, 14 states will be able to witness path of totality, pretty much seeing it head-on. While astronomy nerds everywhere are planning vacations around this seemingly natural event, you lucky few who’ve clicked on our not clickbait title will know the truth.
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