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Fake-News - "NASA Has Confirmed That The Earth Will Experience 1 Day Of Total Darkness On June 2nd, 2016"

The article below: "NASA Has Confirmed That The Earth Will Experience 1 Day Of Total Darkness On June 2nd, 2016," published on a lot of fake-news websites, and is spreading on the internet like wildfire, is a hoax. NASA has not confirmed the story. There nothing on NASA's website at www.nasa.gov that speaks about the earth experiencing 1 day of total darkness on June 2, 2016. And, the same hoax started circulating on the internet as far back as 2012, with the pranksters changing the amount of days and the date.
Fake-News - "NASA Has Confirmed That The Earth Will Experience 1 Day Of Total Darkness On June 2nd, 2016"
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Fake-News - "NASA Has Confirmed That The Earth Will Experience 1 Day Of Total Darkness On June 2nd, 2016"


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Fake-News - "NASA Has Confirmed That The Earth Will Experience 1 Day Of Total Darkness On June 2nd, 2016"

The article below: "NASA Has Confirmed That The Earth Will Experience 1 Day Of Total Darkness On June 2nd, 2016," published on a lot of fake-news websites, and is spreading on the internet like wildfire, is a hoax. NASA has not confirmed the story. There nothing on NASA's website at www.nasa.gov that speaks about the earth experiencing 1 day of total darkness on June 2, 2016. And, the same hoax started circulating on the internet as far back as 2012, with the pranksters changing the amount of days and the date.

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The Fake-News That Claims The Earth Will Experience One Day of Darkness

Planet Earth

NASA has confirmed that the Earth will experience 1 day of total darkness on June 2nd, 2016. The event, according to NASA, hasn’t occurred in over 1 Million years.

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