The Moscow Planetarium has announced that a partial solar eclipse will occur on April 30, when the Moon will partially cover the Sun, while being between the Sun and the Earth, reports RIA Novosti.
It is reported that that the eclipse will begin at 21.47 Moscow time off the Antarctic coast of the Pacific Ocean. It will end at 1.37 Moscow time on May 1 at sunset in the Eastern Pacific Ocean near Chile.
It is noted that at 23.41 the maximum phase will come when the Moon will cover the star by 64%.
< p>Astronomers stressed that in Russia, as well as in the entire northern hemisphere, it will not be possible to see it.
In 2022, another eclipse of the Moon of Mars is expected. It can be observed on December 8 at 8:00 Moscow time in the morning sky of Moscow.
Earlier it was reported that in 2022 the Russians will be able to observe a solar and lunar eclipse.