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24 October, residents of Kamchatka will be able to see the solar eclipse

24 October 2014 year, the inhabitants of Kamchatka will see a solar eclipse. It will be incomplete, so only a part of the sun will hide behind the moon.

According to the Kam24 agency, the eclipse will begin on October 23 at 23:38 and end at 2:52 the next day Moscow time. In Kamchatka it will be possible to observe it from 7:38 to 10:52, the peak of the eclipse will be at 9:45.

Residents of Petropavlovsk can see the eclipse in telescopes, which they plan to install at the Information Center for Atomic Energy, in Leningradskaya Street, 35.

A solar eclipse always happens on a new moon. At this time, the moon is not visible on earth, because its side facing the planet is not illuminated by the sun. Because of this, it seems that during the eclipse the sun closes the black spot.

As the site aif.ru, a year is from two to five eclipses, and not always these phenomena are complete. Astrologers predict that the longest total solar eclipse will occur 16 July 2186, and its time will be 7 minutes 29 seconds.

It should be borne in mind that physicians warn that because of the change in the flow of particles during eclipses, some people may experience lethargy or, conversely, agitation.

During a solar eclipse, a large amount of energy is released, which can have a destructive effect on the corneas of the eyes, therefore, it is recommended to watch this phenomenon only in sunglasses.

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