Rare Black Moon To  Eclipse Of 2022

Block Sun In 1st Solar

The First Solar

Eclipse of the year is all set to take place on Saturday, April 30.

The Celestial Event

Will coincide with the second new moon of the month, also known as the Black Moon.

Solar Eclipses

Occur when the moon comes in between the Sun, and Earth casting a shadow on our planet.

This Year, The Phenomenon

Will be a partial eclipse as the moon will partially block the sun.

According To NASA, The Eclipse

Will be visible over parts of South America as well as from Chile, Argentina, most of Uruguay, western Paraguay

Also Southwestern Bolivia

Southeastern Peru, and a small area of southwestern Brazil. It will also be visible in Antarctica, and the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.

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