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Hoax - "NASA Confirms Earth Will Experience 15 Days Of Complete Darkness in November 2015"

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Hoax - "NASA Confirms Earth Will Experience 15 Days Of Complete Darkness in November 2015"

The article: "NASA Confirms Earth Will Experience 15 Days Of Complete Darkness in November 2015," published on fake-news website "newswatch33.com," is a hoax. The fake article is spreading on the internet like wildfire, but NASA has not confirmed the story. There nothing on NASA's website at www.nasa.gov that speaks about the earth experiencing 15 days of total darkness in November 2015. 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 Article From "www.newswatch33.com"

NASA Conference

NASA has confirmed that the Earth will experience 15 days of total darkness between November 15 and November 29, 2015. The event, according to NASA, hasn’t occurred in over 1 Million years.

Astronomers from NASA have indicated that the world will remain in complete darkness starting on Sunday, November 15, 2015 at 3 a.m. and will end on Monday, November 30, 2015 at 4:15 p.m. According to officials, the “November Black Out” event will be caused by another astronomical event between Venus and Jupiter.

Charles Bolden, who was appointed to head of NASA by President Obama, issued a 1000 page document explaining the event to the White House.

All or most of the articles on the website "newswatch33.com" are fictional and should not be taken as facts. Any resemblance to the truth is purely coincidental.

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