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Here’s Why the Solar Eclipse Is Making Everyone Super Horny

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Here's Why the Solar Eclipse Is Making Everyone Super Horny

On August 21, the moon passed between the sun and the earth at a staggering 1,500 mph, resulting in what we commonly know as a total solar eclipse.

We haven’t seen a solar eclipse from coast to coast since 1918, so this is a big deal. Get excited!

To help elaborate, The Verge, with some scientific info from NASA, puts it this way:

An eclipse is the serendipitous alignment of the Earth, the Moon, and the Sun. Around every 18 months or so, the Moon passes directly between the Earth and the Sun on its orbit around our planet.

It’s a relatively rare occurrence because the Moon doesn’t orbit in the same plane as the Earth and Sun. But when the three bodies line up just right, the Moon covers up the disc of the Sun, and those in the direct path of the Moon’s shadow — called the path of totality — will see the Sun go dark.

As you can tell, a lot of moving pieces need to meet at the same point in the sky for just a little while, which isn’t an easy thing to do, considering outer space is so massive. Like I said earlier, this eclipse is a biiig deal.

And guess what else? Apparently, eclipses make people want to take their clothes off and touch each other. Why? Well, simply put, it’s the magic of astronomy.
SOURCE:  MAXIM

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