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A total solar eclipse is visable anywhere the Moon's umbra ? the earth?

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    Solar eclipse totality is only visible in the Moon's umbra, a dark circular shadow area, usually 10 to 100 miles in diameter, that moves quickly across the Earth's surface.

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