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THE TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE OF 1914, AUGUST 20–21.— There have been given in this column, at various times, particulars of the track of the central line in a number of the total eclipses of the sun that will occur during the next thirty years. To these may be added similar notes on the eclipse of August 20–21, 1914, which is a return of that of July 29, 1878, so extensively observed in the United States. The elements of this eclipse are very approximately as follow:—

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