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The astronomical society in Jeddah: the complete solar eclipse of the next Tuesday



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On Tuesday, July 29, 1440, July 2, the solar eclipse is visible in parts of the South Pacific, Central Chile and Central Argentina, while only partially visible in most of the South Pacific, Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay.

Jeddah's astronomical society has reported in the report that it will take all phases of eclipse from the beginning to the end of 4 hours and 55 minutes, and that event will not be the sky scene of the Arab world.

"A complete solar eclipse is created when the sun, moon and earth are raised to a single line where the moon passes directly between the Earth and the Sun. This event is relatively rare because the orbit of the Moon around the Earth leans around the Earth's orbit around the Sun. fall under the shadow of the moon and be witness to complete delusions.

He explained that during this eruption, the magnitude of the virtual sun will be 1.6% lower than the average, while the Moon is two days away from the bottom of the bottom closest to the ground, making the virtual scale something big.

"At the beginning and end of the eclipse, the apparent magnitude of the moon will be 3.3 percent higher than the average," he said.


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