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Sound 'cause of shadow spectacle'


Posted on Saturday, 24 May, 2008 | Comment icon 1 comment


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"Mysterious bands of shadow which sometimes pass across the ground during an eclipse might be produced by sound pulses, according to a new theory."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Bella-Angelique on 24 May, 2008, 17:36
Still so much to learn and it is great that the questioning is picking up a lot more now.example




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