This April 30th we can have fun One of the greatest astronomical events of the year 2022. The partial solar eclipse will be the big event for astronomy lovers at the end of April and the beginning of May.
When is the solar eclipse in April and when is it visible?
Unfortunately, the partial solar eclipse can only be seen in regions and countries in South America and Antarctica, and the event will begin at 18:45 UTC (8:45 pm in Spain(The end of the eclipse will occur at 22:38 UTC)It is 00:38 on May 1 in Spain). The maximum point will be at 20:41 UTC (It’s 22:41 in Spain).
The timetables for the rest of the countries will be as follows:
– Chili pepper: It’s 2:45 p.m., with the maximum point at 4:38 p.m.
– United State (Washington, DC): 2:45 p.m., max. 4:38 p.m.
– Mexico (CDMX): The time is 1:45 pm, and the maximum point is at 3:38 pm.
– Venezuela: 2:45 p.m., and the maximum point is 4:38 p.m.
As we mentioned before, the only place where It will be possible to follow the partial eclipse of the sun in certain regions of South America and Antarctica.
Where do you see the solar eclipse in April 2022?
If you don’t live in one of the regions and countries where a partial solar eclipse can be seen, you can follow it through the NASA YouTube channel reference, as well as at As.com.
When will the next solar eclipse be in Europe?
So when can we see a solar eclipse in Europe? On October 25, 2022. In a few months, the old continent will have a partial solar eclipse.
Total solar eclipse in Spain
In Spain, it won’t be until August 16, 2026 when A solar eclipse can be seen in our country. But not just anyone: the center, north and north-east of the peninsula, along with the Balearic Islands, will be able to enjoy total solar eclipse, Which will have the greatest blackness in Central and Western Peninsula.
Thus, this eclipse will begin to appear on the peninsula, and will continue on the Balearic Islands and It will take place in the afternoon, around sunset. The total eclipse of August 12, 2026 will have a Much bigger blackout than 2022which will be partially in Europe.
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