On average, how often does a total solar eclipse occur?

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every 18 years
every 18 years

every 180 months

every 180 months

every 1.8 years every 1.8 years

every 18 months every 18 months

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On average, a total solar eclipse occurs approximately once every 18 months somewhere on Earth. However, the same location on Earth will not experience a total solar eclipse frequently. The path of totality, where a total solar eclipse is visible, shifts with each occurrence, so a specific location might not witness a total solar eclipse for many years.

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