The second and final solar eclipse of 2022 enchanted observers around the world on Tuesday morning (25).
It was a partial eclipse – that is to say that the Sun was not covered 100% by the Moon – which gave spectacular images.
It began at 5:58 a.m., when the Moon began to cross the path of the Sun, and ended at 10:01 a.m. At the top and from the best vantage point, our star was 82% blocked.
Observers could see the sky getting darker and more colorful, and the Sun gradually “biting” our satellite – until it took on a shape that even resembled a crescent moon.
The phenomenon has been observed in almost all of Europe, part of Russia, North Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, India and a small part of Greenland.
Unfortunately it was not visible from Brazil – but for that we have internet. In addition to transmissions live from some observatories, social networks were flooded with beautiful images from different countries in the northern hemisphere.
Check out some of the most amazing, including planes flying past for great effect:
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