It’s no secret that the summertime is known for a number of things—including being the first day of summer, the first day of a school year, the first day of a new job, etc. But what really makes this a special time of year are the three or so total eclipses that occur every year. The first one falls on September 27, 2019, and the second one on October 21, 2020.
It’s not uncommon for people to focus on the first eclipse of a given year and the second one of a given month, but that’s not really the case for eclipses. There are a number of reasons for this, but the most important are that eclipses are so rare. We don’t even really know how many eclipses there are until the last one occurs. So even if you plan on watching a total eclipse, you may want to consider the other eclipses as well.
We all know that the second eclipse comes only once every 70 years. There were no eclipses in the 20th Century. There are actually only three of them in the 21st Century. That means the second one of October, 2020 will come within three weeks of the first one of September, 2019. We can thank the Sun for that.
The last one was in 1618, but the third one is supposed to come in 2033. So you know, the way it is now, we may just have a couple more years to watch it.
The first one was actually in 1609, but you know what? It was actually quite well protected, and it wasn’t a total eclipse. It was a partial eclipse where the dark parts were blocked and the bright parts were allowed to show through. So that was nice.
The next partial eclipse will be on Sept. 27, in the year 2033, and it will be about the same size as the first one we had.
This one is coming in 2033. So you know, the way it is now, we may just have a couple more years to watch it.The first one was actually in 1609, but you know what It was actually quite well protected, and it wasnt a total eclipse. It was a partial eclipse where the dark parts were blocked and the bright parts were allowed to show through. So that was nice.The next partial eclipse will be on Sept.
22. This next eclipse will be a total solar eclipse, and it will be the most total eclipse of the 21st century.
You know what actually happened the last total solar eclipse? It was on Aug.6. I think they had to make sure that nothing hit the ground in the same way that the last one did.
But, hey, it looks like the next total solar eclipse is going to be even bigger. NASA has released a new set of pictures of the last total solar eclipse ever. According to NASA, the next total solar eclipse will be visible from the world’s biggest observatory, the McDonald Observatory in Texas. The next total solar eclipse is expected to be visible from the McDonald Observatory at 2:37 p.m.