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    Solar Eclipse tonight.

    I'm not 100% sure - it could change with the Earth's tilt and all but if the Moon keeps shifting South at the rate it has been, their should be a total solar eclipse tonight, going dark at about 5pm for Denver Colorado. Anyone seen anything in the paper? I would've thought they'd mention it. Complete ones are pretty rare. This is only the second one in my lifetime.

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    It's only going to be a partial eclipse. The most it is going to get is about 97% eclipsed and you will only see that if you live out in the South Pacific somewhere. I didn't see anything in the papers but CNN's Website has something about it.
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