October 25 solar eclipse: What time will it be visible in which province? How to watch? solar eclipse in 5 questions

    The second solar eclipse of 2022 is happening today. On Tuesday, October 25, a modular solar eclipse will be visible in parts of Asia, Africa …

    October 25 solar eclipse: What time will it be visible in which province?  How to watch?  solar eclipse in 5 questions

    The second solar eclipse of 2022 is happening today. On Tuesday, October 25, a modular solar eclipse will be visible in parts of Asia, Africa and Europe. In a partial solar eclipse, the moon moves in the middle of the sun and the earth, casting its shadow on us. In this partial eclipse, only part of the sun is blocked, so an obvious part of the solar disk is covered. (In the image above, the Light field represents day, the dark area represents night. The rounded, moving shadow shows the area where the modular solar eclipse of October 25 will be seen)

    1-FROM WHERE IS THE SOLAR eclipse WATCHED?

    The solar eclipse will be visible from Iceland, Europe, North-east Africa, Middle East, Western Asia, India, Western China. The solar eclipse can also be watched from Turkey.

    2- WHAT TIME IS THE SUN eclipse IN TURKEY?

    The partial solar eclipse will occur between 12:40 and 15:05 Turkish time. The maximum phase of the eclipse will be 13.50. During this time, 50 percent of the Sun’s disk will be covered. The next closest Solar Eclipse that can be viewed from Turkey will take place on August 2, 2027 as a truncated eclipse. About 80% of the Sun’s disk will be covered during that eclipse.

    SUN eclipse HOURS OVER THE PROVINCES

    TÜBİTAK shares the hours when the solar eclipse can be observed and how much the solar disk will be covered, compared to some provinces in Turkey:

    Seeing the eclipse in person depends on your location, timing, and weather. By clicking this link You can also use Timeanddate’s eclipse search feature.You can find out the eclipse time and the monitoring period.

    3- HOW TO WATCH THE SOLAR eclipse?

    TÜBİTAK gives the following answer to the question of how to watch the solar eclipse: “To observe the partial eclipse, telescopes with specially produced solar filters or “Eclipse Goggles” should be used. Otherwise, when looking directly at the Sun with an optical device such as binoculars, telescopes, etc. without a filter, the retina of the eye will be seriously damaged.”

    So if you have the chance to personally watch the eclipse, you need to take some precautions. Do not look at the sun without eye protection. Use eclipse glasses or a pinhole projector for faithful viewing.

    4- HOW TO WATCH THE SOLAR eclipse LIVE?

    If the weather conditions are suitable, the Science Community Center (BİTOM) of the TÜBİTAK National Observatory in the Akdeniz University Campus will be open to visitors between 12:00-15:00 and this process can be observed with special filtered telescopes.

    The entire eclipse From TUBITAK National Observatory Youtube channelwill also be broadcast live.

    In the meantime, you can find various live broadcasts on Youtube. We add two examples below:

    The Virtual Telescope Project will also broadcast live on October 25.

    5- WHAT IS A SOLAR eclipse?

    The Moon revolves around the Earth about twelve times in a year. However, the Moon’s orbital plane and the Earth’s orbital plane have an angle of about five degrees in the middle, and therefore the Moon does not pass directly in front of the Sun every time. Due to the moon’s axial tilt and orbital structure, solar eclipses are experienced at least two and at most five suns each year. So what is a solar eclipse? solar eclipse, the Moon entering the middle of the Earth and the Sun; It is a natural phenomenon that occurs as a result of partially or completely covering the Sun. A partial solar eclipse occurs when the Moon covers part of the Sun.

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