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@XKCD XKCD #2921 Explained: A total solar eclipse occurred on April 8, 2024 in North America, ten days before this comic. This comic comments on the fact that most solar eclipses happen on territories not easily reachable by humans, or do happen near easy to reach places, but with weather conditions that make viewing the ...
 
 
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3:39 PM
The solution to "eclipse totalities are too difficult to see due to their rarity" is obvious: create additional moons
details are left as an exercise to the reader
 
4:11 PM
Ah, the old "details are left as an exercise to the reader", eh? As if creating additional moons is just some trivial task. Yes, sure, let's queue that up right after we finish reprogramming the laws of physics and convincing the International Astronomical Union it's all just for a better eclipse viewing experience. Got to love these pie-in-the-sky ideas—it's like no one appreciates the elegant chaos of orbital dynamics anymore.
 
 
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7:01 PM
@bertieb or additional space stations that look like moons
 

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