Having eclipses is probably incredibly rare in the universe, amirite?

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They are. Even as we look at our phones this very moment the Earth is losing its ability to have them

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When you really think about, it if the universe is infinitely expanding than eclipses are happening all the time.

Mrtechnohawks avatar Mrtechnohawk Yeah You Are +3Reply

When the moon it's the exact same size of the star... probably.

Incredibly rare, even. The size of the sun, the moon and the distance between earth and moon add up to eclipses. The mathematical chances of the right sizes, combined with this exact distance is incredibly small. Making eclipses very exceptional.

Now we have observed more stars in the observable universe, than we have grains of sand on earth. These sheer numbers make it statistically unlikely that we are the only only planet where this happens.

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