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2017 Eclipse Blog / FAQ



After the eclipse is over – then what?


It is an almost universal reaction after seeing a total eclipse:  You will be asking yourself within about a half a second when the next one is.  And the answer to that is that there isn’t another one on land until 2019 (in southern Argentina and Chile ONLY). After that, the next “easy” one is again in the USA (as well as Mexico), in 2024.

But why wait that long? Get to this one, and see it while you can!

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