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Chart Showing 25 Cities and the Path of Totality for Total Solar Eclipse

I am like a dog with a bone in its mouth on some things.  I want to know why we are having another eclipse and are in the path of totality – again – after only 38 years.  Below is the chart of the 25 cities taken into consideration to determine the mean frequency result (of 375 years).  Obviously we live in some sort of a simulated reality but I still want to know what is there reason for this upcoming solar eclipse.  I have shared this with another youtuber who does a lot of reporting on the sun, space (from the perspective that “they” lie) and the like so hopefully he and his team will have some sort of an analysis.  Until then, the questions continue…

A single asterisk (*) denotes that either the northern or southern limit of the moon’s umbral shadow only grazes a specific city; only part of that metropolitan area will see a total Eclipse while the other part sees a partial eclipse.  A double asterisk (**) indicates a date when the now-defunct Julian calendar was in effect.

The average number of years between eclipses turned out to be nearly 534 years. Considering our relatively small survey of 25 cities, this is reasonably close to the once-in-almost four-century rule.

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