Published On: Thu, Jul 27th, 2017

Total Solar Eclipse As ‘Great American Eclipse’ When And How It Can See 2017

The Total Solar Eclipse will come to US, it will pass through 14 states from Oregon to South Carolina on August 21, it is known as ‘Great American Eclipse’ and eclipses are not uncommon because it passes across the third most populous country in the world.

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About after a long time America will see such situation, solar Eclipse will pass through 14 states of United States from Oregon to South Carolina, when and how it can be seen it is announced by the scientists, it is also called as Great American Eclipse and it will occur on 21 August this year.

Solar Eclipse is a type of eclipse which took place when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, when this situation occurs, the moon partially or fully covered the sun through which light from sun cannot go to earth.

This can be happen when the Sun and the Moon are in conjunction as seen from Earth in an alignment referred to as syzygy at new moon as well as disk of the Sun is fully obscured by the Moon.

America will see the Solar Eclipse on 21 August, it is announced by the US scientists that no one can see towards sun when it partially blocked by the Moon because it one will do this some damage.

He can be faced in eyes and one cannot see towards it if some part of the sun is bright while if all the parts of the sun are covered with Moon then one can see towards it without eye protection.

On Aug. 21, 2017, people of the America will see that Temperature will fall rapidly as moon covered the Sun, America will fall under the path of a total solar eclipse on this date and country is arranging a event to see the Sun on the day with eye protection glasses, and like this celestial event, America didn’t arrange event since 1979.

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