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Layover time question

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I am booking a flight on Delta for a trip on May 31st, Seattle to Newark.

I would like to take Delta 1929 which leaves Seattle at 1:15 and has a layover in Atlanta for 50 mins. Is 50 minutes enough time for us to transfer to our connecting flight to Newark? I have never flown into Atlanta before so Im unfamiliar with the airport layout. Thank you in advance for your help.

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