Boniface Dzigbordi from Accra, Ghana
For many animals, the solar eclipse went by as a very short night-day cycle. Others, like nocturnal cave-dwellers, tend to sleep through the short-lived period of darkness.
There's a lot to read in the data from solar eclipses. Some of it reads like clockwork. Other bits might seem odd. But total solar eclipses, like the one on August 21, are the raw rhythm of nature up close.
Boniface Dzigbordi from Accra, Ghana wants to know: Why is it dark at night even though there are so many stars?
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