Why the Total Solar Eclipse Arrives from the West
The moon's shadow, projected on Earth during a total solar eclipse, as seen from space. While the moon normally rises in the east and sets in the west, a total solar eclipse moves from west to east. Credit: NASA/DSCOVR-EPIC Team. Paul Sutter is an ...
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