Napa residents to get a 76 percent view of Monday's solar eclipse

Napa residents to get a 76 percent view of Monday's solar eclipse

Napa residents to get a 76 percent view of Monday's solar eclipse

On Monday 21 August a solar eclipse is due for those directly in the Moon's shadow on Earth.

While Americans have begun gathering in large numbers at campsites around the city of OR to witness the once in a lifetime natural occurrence, India will not be able to get a first-hand experience of the total eclipse on Monday and will have to wait till 2034. He said it will not get too dark in this area and we will not be able to see stars or planets during the eclipse.

"The sun in Arizona is going to be one-third uncovered", he said. In Southern Arizona, the sun will be roughly 60 percent covered up. The eclipse formally ends at 3:37 p.m. when our moon's curved shadow exits the sun's far left edge.

Use approved solar eclipse glasses or handheld solar viewers that are compliant with the ISO 12312-2 worldwide safety standard for such products. "People want to look", but staring at the sun, even for just an instant, can cause temporary and sometimes permanent vision damage, warned Dr. Rajesh Rao, an assistant professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences at the University of MI.

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Anyone who wants to witness the incredible event in nature can also attend a viewing party at Mount Tolmie, hosted by the Royal Astronomical Society.

So what is an eclipse, why do they happen, and how can we safely view them? The maximum eclipse will take place at 1:16 p.m., with 76.41 percent of the sun obstructed. The total eclipse will begin at Lincoln Beach, 9:05 a.m. PDT.

- With Eclipse Mania in full effect, the coveted eclipse-watching glasses are hard to come by three days before the once in a lifetime event.

Many of you will be celebrating at viewing parties, but what about your pets? They can see in dim light, where we can't.

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Viewing even the smallest sliver of a crescent sun peeking out from behind the moon is enough to cause irreversible damage to your vision, he said.

Tenhundfeld noted that staring at the eclipse without protection can cause irreparable eye damage, increase in the chances of getting cataracts, and can even cause blindness. There will be binoculars with safe filters to view it up close and in 3D. If you've purchased yours already, make sure they are ISO rated. Thousands of solar viewing glasses have been given away or sold for a few dollars. Think of how you can burn things by concentrating the light from the Sun with a magnifying glass.

There is a partial eclipse somewhere on earth roughly every six months and a total eclipse somewhere on earth about every 18 months, Thompson said, it just happens that this time the United States is facing the sun when the eclipse will occur.

Russell N. Van Gelder, MD, Ph.D., a clinical spokesperson for the American Academy of Ophthalmology, explained that the lenses in your eyes act like a magnifying glass, one that is five times more powerful than a handheld magnifier.

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