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The passing of the Moon directly between Earth and the Sun is a/an

Jeremy Wood

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Annie Barnes on January 3, 2019

The correct answer to this question is that the passage of the moon between the earth and the sun is a solar eclipse. Solar eclipses cause the soil to temporarily become a bit more dark, and can be observed by looking through specialist glasses so as not to damage the eyes.

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