How to watch the April 2022 solar eclipse online 2022-04-30 03:04:56

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The first solar eclipse of 2022 will come on Saturday, April 30. While the spectacular event will not be visible from North America, there are options to watch the event online.

Where will a partial solar eclipse be visible?

It will be visible from the southeast Pacific Ocean, Antarctica, and some South American countries such as Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia, and Peru.

Unfortunately, this partial solar eclipse will not be visible in North America or Europe. However, the upcoming partial solar eclipse on October 25, 2022 will be visible from Europe, Northeast Africa, the Middle East and West Asia, According to NASA.

What is the difference between a solar eclipse and a partial eclipse?

According to NASA’s website, “A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon moves between the Sun and the Earth, casting a shadow on the Earth, completely or partially blocking sunlight in some areas. During a partial eclipse, the Moon and Sun are not completely aligned, so the Moon does not completely cover the Sun. This gives the sun a crescent shape, or makes it look as if the “bite” has been removed from the sun, depending on how much of the sun the moon covers.

A man looks up at the sky for a partial solar eclipse
A man observes a partial solar eclipse in Brussels, Belgium on June 10, 2021.
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In this case, approximately 64 percent of the Sun’s disk would be erased at most, according to NASA.

The next total solar eclipse to cross the North American continent will be on April 8, 2024.

Where do you live in the partial solar eclipse stream

NASA plans to broadcast the event live on Youtube channel and on their website.

India-based satellite YouTube channel Jian Ki Garibi Live The live broadcast will start when the eclipse begins.

also, Timeanddate.com There will be a live broadcast of the partial eclipse next weekend here.

This image posted by Imagen Chile shows scientists from Chile and the United States looking at a solar eclipse from Union Glacier in Antarctica on December 4, 2021.
This image posted by Imagen Chile shows scientists from Chile and the United States looking at a solar eclipse from Union Glacier in Antarctica on December 4, 2021.
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