Solar Eclipse Explained



A solar eclipse happens when the moon comes about between the Sun and the Earth. In that moment the Sun is in full or in part covered. This event can be encountered on a new moon, when the Sun and Moon are in alignment as seen from the Earth. At the least 2 and up to 5 solar eclipses can take place every year on the planet Earth,Total solar eclipses are still rare at whatsoever placement since on each eclipse totality exists just along a narrow corridor in the comparatively small surface area of the Moon's umbra.
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