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Millions of people in America admired the annular solar eclipse

Millions of people in America admired the annular solar eclipse

Millions of people across North, South and parts of Central America watched a rare evening of fiery solar eclipse yesterday. Equipped with special safety glasses, they gathered at several places to watch the scenery together.

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During a fiery solar eclipse, also known as an annual solar eclipse, the Moon moves in front of the Sun, but its outer rim is visible.

Long play about Panama

According to the US space agency (NASA), the solar eclipse will be more pronounced in the US states of Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, as well as parts of Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica. and Panama, Colombia and Brazil.

People in Los Angeles view the partial solar eclipse

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Visibility of the annual solar eclipse moves across the continental United States in a narrow swath from northwest to southeast. The maximum duration of an annual phase of five minutes and 17 seconds was reached in Panama.

For example, large parts of the US saw partial phases of darkness, although rain clouds blocked views of the sky in parts of the US East Coast. This phenomenon has not been observed in Europe. Another total solar eclipse has been announced for parts of North America in April 2024.

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