The annular solar eclipse will begin sweeping across the United States at 9:13 a.m. PDT (12:13 p.m. EDT, 1613 GMT), from Oregon to Texas, then across the Gulf of Mexico, over Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Brazil.
During an annular solar eclipse, the moon will pass between the sun and the sun Earth, casting a shadow on our planet. A “ring of fire” forms when the moon doesn’t completely cover it sunThe disc leaves a trace of sunlight around the moon. (An annular solar eclipse occurs when the Moon is relatively far away from the Earth in its elliptical orbit.)
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How long will the annular solar eclipse last on October 14?
Observers within the circular path, a 125-mile-wide (200-kilometer) orbit, will experience the Ring of Fire, while observers outside the path will see parts of it eclipse,in moon Seems like a “bite” from the sun – waiting for clear skies of course!
If you’re lucky enough to be within the circular path, the entire eclipse will last about two and a half hours from start to finish. According to the agency, this is divided into several eclipse phases, including a partial eclipse of about 1.5 hours, an annular “ring of fire” eclipse of four to five minutes, and then another partial eclipse of about 1.5 hours. Eclipse Guide Website The Great American Eclipse.
|Place||“Ring of Fire” local time||“Ring of Fire” duration|
|Oregon Sandhills, Oregon||9:15 AM PDT||4 minutes and 29 seconds|
|Crater Lake National Park, Oregon||9:17 AM PDT||4 minutes and 19 seconds|
|Great Basin National Park, Nevada||9:24 AM PDT||3 minutes and 46 seconds|
|Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah||10:27 a.m. (Central Time)||2 minutes and 31 seconds|
|canyonlands national park utah||10:29 a.m. (Central Time)||2 minutes and 24 seconds|
|Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado||10:31 a.m. (Central Time)||2 minutes and 57 seconds|
|Albuquerque, New Mexico||10:34 a.m. (Central Time)||4 minutes and 42 seconds|
|Corpus Christi, Texas||11:55 a.m. (Central Time)||4 minutes and 52 seconds|
|Edeznam Mayan archaeological site in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico||11:23 a.m. (Central Standard Time)||4 minutes and 32 seconds|
Remember never Look directly at the sun. You’ll need a solar filter to view this eclipse safely; the dangers are the same whether you’re seeing a “ring of fire” or a partial eclipse. Observers are required to wear eclipse glasses, and cameras, telescopes and binoculars must always have a solar filter in front of the lens.our How to observe the sun safely Guide telling you everything you need to know about safe solar observation.
This is the last solar eclipse of 2023, and scientists will use it to “warm up” for the upcoming eclipse Total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.Solar eclipse gives atmosphere and heliosphere scientists unique perspective Opportunities to study the Sun’s outer atmosphere – Corona – the few minutes when the Sun is almost completely obscured by the Moon.
NASA plans to use 34-meter telescope to observe two upcoming solar eclipses in the United States
both of them upcoming solar eclipse Are scientists particularly excited because they occur during a very active period right now? solar cycle —The solar activity cycle, driven by the sun’s magnetic field, is approximately 11 years. During the current Solar Cycle 25, solar activity is accelerating to the predicted “solar maximum period” 2024.
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