an “annular solar eclipse”, a rare event in which a “fire ring” In the sky, this Thursday, is set for 10. This view occurs because the Moon does not completely cover the solar disk during a natural phenomenon. The eclipse begins at 5:12 a.m. EDT and will last about 3 minutes 51 seconds. Unfortunately, this event will not be seen with the naked eye from Brazil, only in eastern Siberia in northern Canada. But, Brazilians will be able to follow free online stream.
During a solar eclipse, the Moon is perfectly aligned between the Sun and the Earth. However, in an annular eclipse, the satellite is slightly out of Earth’s orbit, so it does not completely cover the Sun, making the edges of the star-king visible to form a “ring of fire”. For about four minutes, the Sun will pass behind the Moon and form a “ring”. Thus, the vision of people here on Earth would be of a “burning disc” or “ring of fire”.
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Thursday’s annular eclipse will be the last of its kind this year and the last overall. The next total eclipse will occur on December 4, but it will be entirely visible to anyone in the extreme south of the planet, which includes the Falkland Islands, the Atlantic Ocean, and Antarctica. information is from the portal digital look.
See how to track annular solar eclipse:
One of the broadcasts is from the Virtual Telescope Project, starting this Thursday, 10 a.m. at 6:30 a.m. (GMT). The video can be viewed on the project’s website or YouTube channel, Here or at the link below:
Another broadcast is from the website time and date, which starts a little earlier: 6 a.m. (Brasilia time). The peak of the eclipse, when the “Ring of Fire” is visible in the sky, should be at 7:41 a.m. Check out the link below: