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‘Oops I did it again’: Nasa's 'Moon' blocks 'Sun' during total solar eclipse 2024

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 9 April 2024
An unusual solar eclipse thrilled North America as Nasa's social media accounts showcased the event. 15 states witnessed a total eclipse, while others saw a partial one. Nasa's 'Nasa Moon' humorously 'blocked' the 'Nasa Sun & Space' account on X, gaining three million impressions. Safety precautions and weather effects were highlighted.
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