“Hybrid Eclipse” occurs when areas in the central band of the eclipse path see two “to confront” blackened sun difference.
During the next special solar eclipse on April 20, you can hear many people from different countries and regions take pictures and report the eclipse in two different forms.
It might be total solar eclipse in which the Sun is completely “eaten” by the Moon, creating a completely blackened parent star surrounded by a ghostly halo.
Ɲbut other places will point it out annular eclipsein which the Black Sun is surrounded by a ring of light.
The culprit of this phenomenon is the Earth itself.
The curvature of the Earth’s surface will mean that the eclipse will likely be seen with different faces each time, depending on which part of the Moon’s shadow falls on Earth – (Image: DATE AN TIME).
Theo date and timeThis happens when the path of the eclipse causes people in the central band (the area where the total eclipse can be observed) to look towards the Sun – Moon at different distances, because curvature of the earth’s surface.
In other words, it only happens when the eclipse path spans multiple latitudes.
The central band of this eclipse extends from the position in the sea near the middle of the diagonal connecting the Cape of Hope in Africa to the Antarctic coast below Australia, to the Pacific islands located at ballast. Northern Indonesia, which spans many latitudes. .
The path of the April 20 solar eclipse
The path of the April 20 solar eclipse – (Photo: DATE AND TIME).
Therefore, ships floating to meet the Indian Ocean and the Southern Ocean could have a very rare opportunity to see a total solar eclipse with the Sun completely black.
This eclipse will quickly change to an oval shape as it moves toward Australia, making the annular eclipse visible to people in parts of Australia, East Timor, and Indonesia.
Other countries and regions, including Vietnam, will unfortunately not see total and annular solar eclipses because they are not in the central band..
Part of our country is still located in an area where the eclipse can be seen at a wide angle, which means it will see a partial eclipse, a “third face” of a hybrid eclipse, in which the Sun is “eaten” by the Moon only in small quantities.
This time around, the reality is quite blurry when viewed from Vietnam as we are located in the lowest coverage band, with only half of the Central and Southern regions visible.
Article source: MTN
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A “hybrid eclipse” occurs when areas in the central band of the eclipse path see two different “faces” of the Sun darken….