- A partial solar eclipse will occur on Thursday and will be visible in most part of Europe.
[Alles Europa News] – The Moon will partially cover the Sun around noon on Thursday, however according to experts for a total eclipse, we will have to wait sixty years.
This Thursday, we will be able to observe a partial solar eclipse in most part of the EU. We will have the impression that the Moon will be “nibbling” the Sun.
It is at 12:13 that the phenomenon will be most marked in some part of the EU and, at this time, 7% of the Sun will be hidden. After 1 p.m. everything will be over.
But be careful to observe the phenomenon, sunglasses are not enough. Special glasses are absolutely necessary. These special glasses can be purchased at optical stores.
Because the sun is extremely bright and the lenses of eyeglass lenses focus the sun’s rays, it can burn the retina, just like a magnifying glass and a sheet of paper.
The last clearly visible solar eclipse Europe took place on August 11, 1999.
However according to experts “We will not see the next total solar eclipse in our country until September 2081”.
Those who wish to experience a total solar eclipse before this date will be able to travel to Antarctica on December 4, 2021.