This Thursday, the sun actually had an encounter with the moon. Inhabitants of the Northern Hemisphere A partial solar eclipse that traveled about 500 km across Europe from Canada to Siberia, while protecting the eyes, was able to appreciate the sky. At the peak of this so-called annual eclipse, the Moon slowly slid in front of the Sun, allowing a thin glowing ring to appear a few minutes behind its black disk, known as the “circle of fire”.
This beautiful view is reserved for the inhabitants of the highest latitudes, which is located in the central group of the event, or about 2% of the earth’s surface: northwest of Canada, north of Russia, northwest of Greenland. Canac, Greenland, The village north of the planet, was close to 90% of the disk’s cryptocurrency.
16% cryptocurrency in the north of France
This phenomenon is still observed, but only partially, over North America, a large part of Europe, including France and Great Britain, as well as a part of the north of Asia. It lasted for about two hours on the mainland of France from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a maximum of 11:55 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. Curious and astronomical enthusiasts had to protect their eyes with special goggles, or pay close attention to the event because direct exposure to the sun can cause irreversible retinal burns.
In London, where the moon covers 20% of the sun, visitors can see the eclipse through the clouds. In France, the occult was at its strongest in the north, up to 16% in Lily. In Aras in the Pass-de-Calais, an instrument that displays sunlight on a white screen, about a hundred people gathered at the Place de la Carre to think of an eclipse via “sunlight,” testified astronomer Florent Telefly in Paris. In the initiative of this event BSL.
Total eclipse on December 4th
This is the first annual eclipse of 2021 and the sixteenth eclipse of the 21st century. This astronomical event occurs during the new moon, when the Earth, Moon and Sun are exactly aligned. If the apparent diameter of the moon is less than that of the sun, a portion of the crown of fire is visible.
A total eclipse, in which a part of the planet is briefly plunged into darkness, occurs when the diameter of the moon corresponds exactly to that of the Sun as seen from Earth. This rare event is notable from August 1999 in France. The next total eclipse will occur on December 4, but is only visible from Antarctica.
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