Exploring Solar Eclipses: A Spectacular Celestial Event

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By 5mustsee.com


What is a solar eclipse?

A solar eclipse occurs when a celestial body like the moon or a planet passes between the sun and Earth, resulting in a shadow that can partially or completely block the sun’s light.

What time will the total solar eclipse begin?

The eclipse will start on Mexico’s Pacific coast at approximately 11:07 a.m. PDT and will reach different locations in the U.S. starting around 1:27 p.m. CDT, and concluding roughly by 3:35 p.m. EDT.

How long will the total solar eclipse last?

The duration of the eclipse’s totality may vary, lasting from a few seconds to over four minutes at specific locations.

How can I safely view the solar eclipse?

To observe the eclipse safely, use approved eyewear to safeguard your eyes from harmful solar radiation. Avoid looking directly at the sun, and consider alternative viewing methods like a pinhole projector.


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