The earliest known record of an eclipse is thought to have been created with carvings made on ancient stones.
It is located at the Loughcrew Cairn L Megalithic monument in Leinster, Ireland.
“The stone monuments are a lot like Stonehenge, and they have pictograms,” Paul M Sutter, astrophysicist at Ohio State University and the Center of Science and Industry’s chief scientist, told Sky News.
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