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Can’t get enough of the total solar eclipse or got clouded out? Here are the next ones to watch for

AP Science Writer

DALLAS (AP) — If you missed North America’s total solar eclipse or if you caught the eclipse bug, there are more chances to see the sun disappear. Full solar eclipses happen about every year or two or three, due to a precise alignment of the sun, moon and Earth. The next total solar eclipse will be in 2026 and will pass over the northern fringes of Greenland, Iceland and Spain. An eclipse on the scale of Monday’s event won’t happen again until Aug. 12, 2045 though the U.S. will get a taste of totality before then.

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