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Easter Island Eclipse

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CGI Image: The sun at Solar Maximum, part of an 11-year cycle of solar activity when there is violent solar activity.
Watch the rarest celestial occurrence, a total eclipse, as it happens above Easter Island -- one of the most mysterious and remote archaeological sites in the world -- broadcasting just hours after it occurs. The last time an eclipse occurred over the island site was A.D. 591. Follow scientists as they gather new research that could play a key role in the race to understand the sun and its extraordinary impact on Earth.

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