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Updated: 6/12/2020
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  • Andrea Gail Manalo // 12.06.2020
  • Solar Eclipses
  • - Explained -
  • What is a Solar Eclipse?
  • What is a Solar Eclipse?
  • Solar Eclipse is a natural phenomenon that rarely occurs - at least two times a year.
  • How does it happen?
  • However, there are variety of forms that the solar eclipse take in:
  • description: This event is created when the moon shifts in between the earth and the sun, casting a shadow in our globe as a result.
  • FORM 1:Partial
  • In this form, the moon is a little far from the earth to precisely cover the sun. It is a special kind of 'partial eclipse'.
  • The moon is only covering an area of the sun, but may proceed to continue to annular or total eclipse.
  • FORM 2:Annular
  • At this rate of the moon, the temperature in earth may drop due to a loss of heat after the moon completely conceals the sun.
  • FORM 3:Total
  • * solar corona: an aura of plasma from the sun
  • Furthermore, the total eclipse produces a peculiar effect on the sun. The solar corona becomes totally visible.
  • Thanks for reading!
  • Henceforth, Solar Eclipses are pretty rare and occurs infrequently. Try watching it for next time, but make sure to have all safety measures!
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