Original Air Date: 8 Dec 2008
Brittany – TwoCents Reviewer
I’d like to say thanks to the readers who took the time to e-mail me their concerns about how long a standard solar eclipse is. For the record, Wikianswers says that a total solar eclipse could last no longer than seven minutes and they happen about once every 360 years. (Again that’s a FULL eclipse. Partial eclipses are very common.) Take that creative liberty any way you want; we have an episode to recap!