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21 April, 08:30

You see a total eclipse of the sun. Three Saros cycles later, you find yourself at the same location.

A. You would have to travel far to see another solar eclipse

B. You would not have to travel far to see another total eclipse

C. You would not have to travel far to see an annular eclipse

D. B or C

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  1. 21 April, 10:26
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    The correct answer is B. You would not have to travel far to see another total eclipse.

    Explanation:

    it is said that the way to predict or know beforehand if there is a lunar or solar eclipse is just to know the what is called the saros which are periods of exactly 223 synodic months and the eclipses are repeated or occurred in the same location every 3 Saros cycles.
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