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A Guide to Witness The Annular Solar Eclipse

A Guide to Witness The Annular Solar Eclipse

A Guide to Witness The Annular Solar Eclipse

A Guide to Witness the Annular Solar Eclipse

This week, an annular solar eclipse will happen in some regions. The moon will block part of the sun. The appearance of an annular solar eclipse provides people with a chance to experience the wonder of nature. In this blog, we’ll give you a detailed introduction to the annular solar eclipse and how to observe it safely. Read on to discover more about the annular solar eclipse.

What is an Annular Solar Eclipse?

An annular eclipse is a type of solar eclipse, which is a wonderful natural phenomenon. It is also called a “ring of fire” eclipse. An annular solar eclipse occurs when the Earth is near the farthest part of its orbit. Because the moon is further away from the Earth than it is during a total solar eclipse, the moon does not completely block the sun, leaving a bright ring of the sun at the peak of the eclipse.

Where is Visible for the Annular Solar Eclipse on October 14th,2023?

The annular solar eclipse on Oct,14 will pass through North, Central, and South America. It can be visible in parts of the United States, Mexico, and many countries in South and Central America. In the United States, the annular solar eclipse begins in Oregon at 9:13 a.m. PDT and ends in Texas at 12:03 p.m.

The path of the annular eclipse will next visit Mexico and Central America, passing through Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.

An annular solar eclipse passes through Colombia and South America. It passes through northern Brazil before reaching the Atlantic Ocean at sunset.

What Preparations Do We Need to Make for this Annular Solar Eclipse?

During an annular solar eclipse, the sun is blocked. Although visible light is blocked, there is still a lot of invisible light, such as ultraviolet light. If you look directly for a long time, your retina may be burned by the sun.

Solar filter

Therefore, while witnessing the annular solar eclipse and appreciating the wonders of nature, you also need to use safe equipment to watch it. Astronomical telescopes with solar filter is a good choice.

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