The first solar eclipse of 2022 arrives this week across parts of the Southern Hemisphere — here’s how to watch the event live online from other parts of the world.
On April 30, part solar eclipse It will be visible over parts of Antarctica, South America, the Pacific Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean. While skygazers in the United States won’t be able to see the partial solar eclipse themselves, they can watch the live broadcast of the celestial event online.
The Partial solar eclipse in April 2022 It will be visible first in 2:45 PM EST (1845 GMT). The maximum eclipse will occur after two hours in 4:41pm EST (2041 GMT). After that, the eclipse will end at 6:37pm EST (2237 GMT)And According to TimeandDate.com.
A solar eclipse occurs when the moon It passes between the Earth and the Sun, in which case it partially blocks the Sun as seen from the Earth. The eclipse gives the sun a crescent shape, as if the “bite” had been taken from the sun. The part of the sun that the moon blocks out varies depending on the viewer’s location, with the moon blocking a maximum of 64% of the sun’s disk as seen from the south of the southern tip of South America, According to NASA.
Gyaan ki gareebi live stream online solar eclipse
For those who cannot catch the event in person, there will be at least one live stream of the event available to watch online. YouTube channel Jian Ki Garibi Live The partial solar eclipse will begin broadcasting on 1:45 PM EST (1745 GMT).
Gyaan ki gareebi is an India based YouTube streaming program that broadcasts live scenes of full moons, rocket launches and other space events. The solar eclipse webcast is expected to run along the April 30 solar eclipse, from start to finish.
Currently, the Gyaan ki gareebi stream is the only public webcast of the April 30 partial solar eclipse that we have been able to find. If more is announced, we’ll include it here.
Timeanddate.com Solar Eclipse Live Blog
Timeanddate.com hosts the file Live event bloginstead of live broadcasting. Coverage will be available online, as Timeanddate.com publishes information on a skywatching event in the days leading up to the solar eclipse.
As a reminder to skywatchers who are within your viewing area, never look at the sun directly with your eyes. It is important to wear special protective glasses or Certified Eclipse Glasses In order to safely observe the sun or watch the eclipse. Using the wrong gear (or using it incorrectly) can burn your retina, causing irreparable damage to your eyes.
The safest way to observe the eclipse is through indirect methods, such as using a pinhole cameraWhich is easy to make at home. You can also check out our guide to learn how to do it solar eclipse photography.
The April 30 eclipse will be the first of two partial solar eclipses in 2022. The second will occur on October 25, then we won’t see another total solar eclipse until 2023. However, the grand total Lunar eclipse After this month’s partial solar eclipse just two weeks later, on May 16th.
This week’s eclipse also coincides with the second new Moon From the month of April, also known as the black moon. Usually, a new moon appears only once a month, when the side facing the Earth is completely covered by a shadow. However, April started with a new moon on the 1st of April, making April 30th the second new moon of the month.
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