Temporary night darkness may fall on Monday

Temporary night darkness may fall on Monday

The world may witness a rare solar eclipse on April 8. On this day, the moon will completely cover the sun, so the day will be temporary night for a while. However, like all solar eclipses, this rare solar eclipse cannot be seen from all parts of the world at the same time. People from Mexico, USA and Canada can see it.

On Thursday (April 3), the US space agency NASA reported that the last time such a solar eclipse was seen in North America was in 1970. This eclipse will be seen again in 2044. Millions of people are eagerly waiting to see the spectacular solar eclipse, as well as 'sky dwellers'.

According to reports, astronauts from the International Space Station will watch this solar eclipse. It will be visible once from Earth, but the eclipse will be visible multiple times from the space station. The space station will track across Earth's surface during the solar eclipse. Astronauts will be able to see a total of three solar eclipses. The space station will be over the Pacific Ocean when first seen. Then you will see time to move from New Zealand area to California and Idaho. The space station is likely to encounter a total solar eclipse when it is positioned over Maine and New Brunswick.

It also said that this solar eclipse will begin in Mexico. Then it will slowly move on the United States. The eclipse will occur around 3:30 PM local time in the US. In addition to the United States, this scene can be seen from various places in Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. However, like all solar eclipses, it will not be visible from other parts of the world at the same time.

Scientists say that the sky will be dark at sunrise or sunset on this very rare total solar eclipse day. A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon comes between the sun and the earth. Special glasses will be required to view the solar eclipse. Looking at the solar eclipse with the naked eye is likely to damage the majority of eyes.

Note that every 18 months the moon moves between the earth and the sun. According to NASA data, a total solar eclipse occurs every 375 days. But it may take more time.

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