Total Solar Eclipse Leaves Russia In The Dark, Thousands Watch

August 1, 2008

A total solar eclipse is set to own the sky on Friday, August 1st, as it has already been seen by thousands as parts of Russia were completely left in the dark..Washington (ChattahBox) – A total solar eclipse is set to own the sky on Friday, August 1st, as it has already been seen by thousands as parts of Russia were completely left in the dark.

The Sun and the Moon are set to come together on Friday, with a total solar eclipse taking place. A total solar eclipse happens every 18 months around the world.

According to reports, the total solar eclipse will start in the Canadian high Arctic, and will end in the Silk Road region of northern China.

Thousands have flocked to parts of Russia where they were in total darkness for a period of 2 minutes and 27 seconds.

The polar city of Nadym, Russia was the first major city to experience the total solar eclipse, as o thers await.

This total solar eclipse is expected to be fully visiblel across Europe, Asia, and northeastern North America.


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