A solar eclipse It will happen on Saturday, April 30th, and they are getting ready to think about it in different parts of the world. In PeruThere are many fields where you can enjoy this astronomical event in the afternoon.
A solar eclipse occurs when the moon is obscured for a short time from the view of an observer on Earth. This phenomenon causes certain parts of the planet to receive the shadow of a natural satellite, causing the day to suddenly darken.
Due to the partial solar eclipse on April 30, only 54% of the King star’s surface will be covered, so the star will be like a crescent at its maximum point.
Solar Eclipse: Which fields can see this solar event?
Parts of Peru where partial solar eclipses can be seen are located further south: Puno, Dakna, Mokugua, Iga, Ayakucho, Arekiba and Apurimak.
Solar Eclipse 2022: What time do you want to see from Peru?
According to a portal that specializes in astronomical events by time and date, hours spent observing events in Peruvian territory are as follows:
- Dakna: Starts at 4:29 pm and peaks at 5:00 pm
- Fist: It will start at 4.46 pm and reach its peak at 5.03 pm
- Mogokuwa: It will start at 4.32 pm and reach its maximum at 5.00 pm
- இக்கா: Starting at 4.43pm and peaking at 5.02pm
- அயகுச்சோ: It will start at 4.46 pm and reach its peak at 5.03 pm
- Arequipa: It starts at 4.34 pm and reaches a maximum at 5.01 pm
- Apurimak: It will start at 4.50 pm and reach its peak at 5.03 pm
Since these fields do not cover the entire area of the partial solar eclipse, They see only 2% and 3% of the surface of the sun. That area can only be distinguished by telescopes with special filters, not by the human eye.
Because of this difficulty, experts recommend a visualization Live broadcast.
It can be safely viewed with the projected image on some sort of shaded screen.
You can see: Black moon, April 30 eclipse
April 2022 Solar Eclipse: Which other country knows this?
There will be better vision in the countries of South America Partial solar eclipse They are very close to Argentina and Chile, mainly in their central and southern regions, Antarctica. This phenomenon is also seen from the Malvinas Islands.
Other countries such as Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay, like Peru, can only see a small portion of the sun at 2% to 3%.
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