At 9:13 a.m. PDT (12:13 p.m. EDT and 1613 GMT) an annual solar eclipse will begin to cross the Gulf of Mexico and across Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, and across the United States from Oregon to Texas. Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Brazil.
During an annular solar eclipse, the Moon passes between the Sun and the Sun Earth, a shadow on our planet. A “ring of fire” is formed when the moon is not completely covered the sunThe disc leaves a speck of sunlight around the moon. (Annular eclipses occur when the Moon is relatively far from Earth during its elliptical orbit around our planet.)
our Annular Eclipse 2023 The guide tells you everything you need to know about the upcoming eclipse. you can Watch the annular eclipse online Courtesy of NASA and follow all our action here on Space.com Annular Eclipse Live Notifications page.
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Visitors located along the route of the ring — a 125-mile-wide (200-kilometer) route — will experience the “Ring of Fire,” while those outside the route will see part one. solar eclipseIn this the moon Looks like taking a “bite” from the sun – pending clear skies, of course!
If you’re lucky enough to be in the path of the ring, the total eclipse will last about two and a half hours from start to finish. It is divided into several eclipse stages, including a partial solar eclipse of about 1.5 hours, a four to five minute annular “ring of fire” solar eclipse, and then a partial solar eclipse of about 1.5 hours. Eclipse guide site The Great American Eclipse.
|Place||Local time of the ‘Ring of Fire’||Period of the Ring of Fire|
|Oregon Dunes, Oregon||9:15 am PDT||4 minutes, 29 seconds|
|Crater Lake National Park, Oregon||9:17 a.m. PDT||4 minutes, 19 seconds|
|Great Basin National Park, Nevada||9:24 am PDT||3 minutes, 46 seconds|
|Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah||10:27 a.m. MDT||2 minutes, 31 seconds|
|Canyonlands National Park, Utah||10:29 a.m. MDT||2 minutes, 24 seconds|
|Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado||10:31 am MDT||2 minutes, 57 seconds|
|Albuquerque, New Mexico||10:34 a.m. MDT||4 minutes, 42 seconds|
|Corpus Christi, Texas||11:55 a.m. CTD||4 minutes, 52 seconds|
|Etsna Maya Archaeological Site, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico||11:23 am CST||4 minutes, 32 seconds|
REMEMBER to Never Look directly at the sun. You should use solar filters to view this eclipse safely; Whether you’re going to see the “Ring of Fire” or a partial solar eclipse, the risks are the same. Viewers should wear solar eclipse glasses, and cameras, binoculars, and binoculars should always have solar filters placed in front of their lenses. our How to observe the sun safely The guide tells you everything you need to know about safe solar observations.
This is the last solar eclipse of 2023, and scientists will use it as an upcoming “warm up.” Total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. A solar eclipse presents a unique opportunity for atmospheric and solar system scientists An opportunity to study the Sun’s outer atmosphere – Corona – Minutes when the Sun is completely blocked by the Moon.
Related: NASA plans to point a 34-meter telescope at two solar eclipses in the U.S.
Two Upcoming solar eclipses Scientists are especially excited because they are happening at a very active time right now solar cycle – An approximately 11-year cycle of solar activity driven by the Sun’s magnetic field. During the current solar cycle 25, solar activity is predicted to be “solar maximum“In 2024.
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