Utah will be in the vicinity of an annular solar eclipse in October.
Although it will pass diagonally over the state’s southern and central regions, Utah as a whole is anticipated to be able to witness it with the sun’s maximum blockage.
These are the phases that will be visible in Utah on Saturday, October 14 in the early morning, according to NASA:
Start of partial eclipse: 9:09 a.m.
Start of the annularity: 10:26 a.m.
The most is 10:28 a.m.
Annularity concludes at 10:31 am.
End of partial eclipse: 11:56 a.m.
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Annular Solar Eclipse’s Path from Oregon to Texas
The eclipse will start in Oregon and end in Texas in the United States.
However, it is anticipated that it will be visible in several South and Central American nations as well as other regions of North America. The amount of clouds that day will also affect our ability to observe it.
When the moon is closest to Earth and passes between the sun and Earth, an annular solar eclipse, sometimes known as a ring of fire, takes place.
The moon partially obscures the sun due to its distance. Anyone who intends to see it should therefore be ready with eye protection.
A total solar eclipse, a partial solar eclipse, or a hybrid solar eclipse are the other three types of eclipses that could occur.
The following solar eclipse to be seen in the United States will take place on April 8, 2024.
The following annular solar eclipse will be seen in the United States on February 5, 2046.