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Uganda Will Experience A Total Eclipse November 3rd 2013

Thursday, 26th May 2016

The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has confirmed that Uganda on 3th November 2013 will experience a total eclipse. This is the time when the spectacular total eclipse will descend on Uganda specifically best viewed from Masindi and West Nile (including Kidepo National Park).

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As a result of this event, Uganda will be an exciting part of Astrological history because the country lies on the path of a Hybrid Solar Eclipse. Note that a total eclipse occurs when the dark silhouette of the moon completely obscures the intensely bright light of the sun, allowing the much fainter solar corona to be visible. During the maximum phase of a total eclipse, the sunˇ®s disk is completely blocked. In this case, Uganda is experiencing this maximum phase.

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Available reports indicate that over 100 tourists from Germany alone have confirmed booking, and another 200 tourists from other countries have confirmed bookings too. Help transmit this right information to all prospecting tourists and those interested in astrology.

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It is equally important to note that Uganda has been named one of the "Best of the World Our 20 MUST see Places for 2013" by the National Geographic Traveler December 2012 and this was proceeded by Uganda being named ˇ± Best Tourist Destination 2012.ˇ± by Lonely Planet. This also comes at a time when Stephen Kiprotich a Ugandan prisons officer, made history again to be the second human being to win both the Olympic and marathon titles( London 2012 and Moscow 2013 respectively.

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Let all the World come to UGANDA A UNIQUE TOURIST DESTINATION referred to as the "Pearl of Africaˇ± by the famous British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill 1908 in his book titled "My African Journeyˇ± where Sir Winston Churchill writes My counsel plainly is � concentrate upon Uganda! Nowhere else in Africa will little money go so far? Nowhere else will results be more brilliant, more substantial or more rapidly realized. "Uganda is from end to end a „beautiful garden? where „staple food? of the people grows almost without labour. Does it not sound like a Paradise on earth?ˇ± It is the Pearl of Africa.

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To our potential tourists and those interested in astrology, this is the right opportune time to come to come and experiences it yourself.
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\r\n MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
\r\n KAMPALA –UGANDA
\r\n 29TH AUGUST 2013

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