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Written by SOT.COM.AL 29 Prill 2022
Millions of people will have the opportunity to see the first solar eclipse of 2022 this weekend, though it will be partial.
Unfortunately most of us will not be in the right place to see it, but those located on the southern tip of South America, especially in Chile will be able to enjoy the sunny surprise.
Eclipses occur when the moon passes in front of the Sun from a certain angle visible to the Earth.
The eclipse starts on Saturday, around 16:30 local time. An hour later, it will reach its maximum view, the moment the moon is closer to the center of the Sun, looking like a piece bitten by it.
In total, the event will last about an hour and a half.
The eclipse will also be visible across Antarctica as well as in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
As with any solar eclipse, looking directly at it with the naked eye can damage your eyesight.
So anyone lucky enough to witness the eclipse should wear special goggles.
The next eclipse will occur in October, which will be visible to the most populated areas.
This includes Europe, Northeast Africa, the Middle East and West Asia.