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“On Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse mesmerized millions across Mexico, where skies went dark at midday in 25 cities of the republic. Click below to See the 2024 total solar eclipse in photos, from Sinaloa and Nayarit, to Islas Marías and beyond.”

MND Staff

First look: Total solar eclipse mesmerizes Mexico
From Mazatlán to Islas Marías and beyond, see the first photos of today’s total solar eclipse in Mexico.
First look: Total solar eclipse mesmerizes Mexico
From Mazatlán to Islas Marías and beyond, see the first photos of today’s total solar eclipse in Mexico.
Scientists urge Mexico to save its ‘most important’ telescope
The Alfonso Serrano Large Millimeter Telescope, which sits atop the fifth-highest peak in Mexico, is the biggest telescope of its kind.
Scientists urge Mexico to save its ‘most important’ telescope
The Alfonso Serrano Large Millimeter Telescope, which sits atop the fifth-highest peak in Mexico, is the biggest telescope of its kind.

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FLASHBACK: 1991:

How did Mexicans experience the last total solar eclipse of 1991?
On July 11, 1991, 50 million Mexicans marveled at the sky as a total solar eclipse traversed the country.
How did Mexicans experience the last total solar eclipse of 1991?
On July 11, 1991, 50 million Mexicans marveled at the sky as a total solar eclipse traversed the country.

Photo of the day

Total eclipse as seen from the Dunas de Yeso, Coahuila | Photo from @pablosky.mx

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