InSight Lander Films a 27 Seconds Solar Eclipse on Mars

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In today’s day and age, it’s a common thing to see, on a smartphone or tablet, events unfolding at opposite sides of the Earth. But how often do we get the chance to see a solar eclipse taking place on Mars?

On Tuesday, NASA released a short GIF showing just how much the passing of Mars’ satellite Phobos in front of the Sun affects the amount of light the planet surface receives. To be able to see it, though,… (continue reading >>)

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Author: autoevolution (Daniel Patrascu)

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