December 9, 2022
October 25 Solar Eclipse: See the timeline and how to watch online |  Internet

October 25 Solar Eclipse: See the timeline and how to watch online | Internet

One eclipse Partial solar will take shape on the morning of Tuesday, October 25, 2022. The event, the last of its kind for the year, will be visible in parts of Europe, western Asia and northeastern Africa, but it will not be visible in Brazil. However, it will be possible to watch the phenomenon through the live broadcast provided by the astronomical observatories in Youtube. Find out how to watch the October 25 solar eclipse in real time online and find out when the event will start.

Partial solar eclipse recorded by NASA behind the Capitol Building in Washington on June 10, 2021 – Image: Reproduction/NASA/Bill Ingalls

How does a solar eclipse happen?

A solar eclipse occurs when the moon comes between the Earth and the sun as it orbits the planet. This position prevents sunlight from reaching the Earth, making a bright day dark – due to the moon’s shadow cast by the Sun at that location. Anyone standing in that shaded area will be able to see the eclipse. according to NASAa solar eclipse occurs every 18 months somewhere on Earth, and lasts only a few minutes.

The solar eclipse on October 25 is considered “partial,” as the stars will not be completely aligned. This means that the moon’s shadow will be projected onto a small part of the surface of our planet. In addition to this type, there are total solar eclipses, in which “day turns into night”, and annular solar eclipses, in which a luminous ring (part of the Sun) appears around the Moon.

Where will the October 25 solar eclipse be visible and when will it begin?

The eclipse will begin at 05:58 (Brasilia time) this Tuesday (25th), and will be visible first in Iceland. The full phenomenon will last about four hours, but its climax, which lasts a few minutes, will occur around 8 am. Due to the position of the stars, each region of the planet will experience different incidents of solar coverage. The event can be viewed from cities such as London, New Delhi, and in some regions of Russia – in this country, solar coverage will reach 79%.

How to watch the October 25 solar eclipse online

The solar eclipse will be broadcast live on the official YouTube channel of the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London. The event page is live now (youtube.com/watch?v=2FKh2xLo4Ek), and it will start streaming at 6:05 AM (Brazilian time). It will also be possible to watch the eclipse through the “Time and Date” channel specialized in the eclipse. On this page (youtube.com/watch?v=0sx_vuKEGlY), the event will start at 5:30 AM, also Brasilia time.

When viewing a solar eclipse live, NASA warns that you should never look directly at the sun, as this can permanently damage your eyes and vision. To safely monitor the event, appropriate equipment is required. The next total eclipse will occur in April 2024.

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