A few weeks later, in the last month of the super bloom, a blood moon," who are the people in the Northern Hemisphere will get a chance this week to grab any of the other skywatching show: 2021, with the first eclipse of the sun.
A so-called annular solar eclipse will take place at the beginning of the Thursday, when the moon passes between the sun and Earth, blocking the sun's light and casts a shadow on the planet.
The event, which is also known as a "ring of fire" eclipse, because the moon appears smaller than the sun in the sky, and, therefore, does not completely block the sun's light, they appear as a dark disc with a dramatic orange-red ring of sunlight in the area.
Weather permitting, skywatchers in parts of Canada, Greenland, and the northern part of the country will be able to see the annular solar eclipse. It will begin at 4:12 pm ET as the "ring of fire") will take place at 4:41 am ET, and the last one is a little less than four minutes.
People in other parts of the Northern Hemisphere, including the united states and parts of Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, middle east and north africa region, and will have the opportunity to view a partial eclipse of the sun. During a partial eclipse of the sun, and the moon will appear as a dark part of the sun, which is the only part of the surface rather than in the creation of the ring of power.
In the united states, with the partial solar eclipse will be visible in parts of the south-east, north-east and mid-west, and north, all the way from Alaska, according to NASA. The celestial show is conducted prior to, during, or just after the sun sets, people have been trying to get a clear view of the horizon, in order to see the partial eclipse of the sun, NASA officials said in a statement.
And, just like that of an eclipse of the sun, it is important to never look at the sun, even when it is partly or largely obscured by the moon. Special eclipse glasses, or a hole in the projector, it will be necessary in order to safely see a solar eclipse, and prevent injury.
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This week's event is the first of two total solar eclipses 2021, and is the first solar eclipse visible in the U.S. since at least 2017. A total solar eclipse will take place on Dec. 4), however, this will only be visible above the Antarctic.