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Solar Eclipse: Awesome Totality

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Find out how Albert Einstein used the totality phase of the 1919 solar eclipse to prove his theory of relativity, which predicts that large objects bend “space-time” towards themselves.

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Runtime: 1 minutes 9 seconds

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