A phenomenon occurring when the Moon passes between the Earth and the sun.(noun)
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Use "solar eclipse" in a sentence
""One would have thought a solar eclipse would have made a noise like the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, " said Priscilla, -but it really did sound like bacon frying."
"On 21st August, 1560, however, a solar eclipse took place, total in Portugal, and therefore of small proportions in Denmark, and Tycho's keen interest was awakened, not so much by the phenomenon, as by the fact that it had occurred according to prediction."
"And, at that time, many sightings, solar eclipse uls."