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Giant black spot on sun talking point in Kolkata | Kolkata 7E4OHKKiIl3K

Giant black spot on sun talking point in Kolkata | Kolkata 7E4OHKKiIl3K

7 hours ago · KOLKATA: A giant spot on the sun visible with naked eyes just before sunset has triggered excitement among amateur skygazers and concern among space scientists and astronomers. The sunspot, whose size is about eight times that of Earth, is one of the largest that has been seen in recent years. CL42gtibOucK 1 day ago · Iconic visuals of Kolkata tend to feature a predictable collection of purportedly representative images. Among these are photographs and videos of the Kumartuli neighbourhood, loosely translated as ‘potters’ village’, depicting artisans creating large-scale clay idols of deities, primarily those of goddess Durga. okqwgLwLgAkV
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