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How much do you know about solar eclipses? Find out in this week's trivia.

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A multiple exposure photograph taken of a total solar eclipse taken in 5 minute intervals of the moon passing into the sun above Siem Reap in northwestern Cambodia, 225 kilometers (140 miles) from Phnom Penh, on Tuesday October 24, 1995. This week marks the occurrence of an annular solar eclipse. Eclipses are an interesting example of mankind’s fascination with the heavens above planet Earth. With that in mind, let us take a look at some factoids about our case of seasonal daylight darkness. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

This week marks the occurrence of an annular solar eclipse. Eclipses are an interesting example of mankind’s fascination with the heavens above planet Earth. They are an event that has happened for thousands of years yet, every time, people across the globe leap at the chance to see one occur.

With that in mind, let us take a look at some factoids about our case of seasonal daylight darkness.

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