Talk:Solar eclipse

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Should we add a section about the sheer improbability of a perfect total solar eclipse being visible from a given planet? I recall reading that the Sun is 400 times further from Earth than the moon and also 400 times bigger, which allows them to line up so beautifully. The probability of this being true for a given planet is slim to none. I would need to build some sources, but it would be a good section. Also, could this be seen as evidence of intelligent design with God putting his people on what may be the only planet in the Universe where this magnificent phenomenon is possible? Gregkochuconn 16:16, 5 June 2011 (EDT)