The last solar eclipse of 2022 (25) took place on Tuesday. The astronomical event, which began at dawn, was only visible in northeastern Africa, western Asia and parts of Europe.

Solar eclipses occur when the Moon is between the Sun and Earth, blocking all or some of our star’s light. In the last event, the eclipse was fragmented, resulting in excellent photos where it could be seen.

The presence of clouds in some places prevented visualization of the eclipse. But still, a few lucky people managed to follow the phenomenon.

Despite the partial blocking of sunlight and reduced visible brightness, the phenomenon that requires special equipment, including photography, such as lens filters, is not safe to observe with the naked eye.

Because it is partial, the Sun is not completely obscured by the Moon. As the eclipse progresses, the shape of the dot is similar to a star bite.

In a post on Twitter, NASA highlights the phenomenon as “an opportunity to witness the dance between the Sun, Moon and Earth.”

And indeed, the dance of the stars in the sky always provides excellent observational opportunities, whether through lunar and solar eclipses, supermoons, meteor showers, or planetary conjunctions.

For this year, the astronomical calendar of events still stores meteor showers and the total lunar eclipse of November 8, visible across much of America, among other phenomena.

Source: Tec Mundo

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