Does an eclipse mess up the tides in the ocean?

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    An eclipse is an optical phenomenon: Some planet or moon throwing a shadow on another.

    For some part of water to be shadowed for a few minutes wouldn’t be vastly different than a massive storm cloud suddenly coming up and passing. There’s too much residual energy in the ocean for a few minutes of shade to change the temperature more than very slightly. There may be a lot of fish freaking out, but that’s about it.

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