Fans of astronomical events, whose eyes are fixed on the sky, will be on a date with the first events. Eclipse And this eclipse, the country will see a solar eclipse by the end of this month.
Solar and lunar eclipses are used as controls of the Hijri calendar, and events of solar and lunar eclipses can be used to determine the beginning and end of the lunar or Hijri months because these events clearly reflect the movement of the Moon around the Earth. And the movement of the earth around the sun.
With the first eclipses and eclipses, next Saturday, April 30, 2022 AD, we will be on a date with a partial solar eclipse, which coincides with the month of Shawwal in the year 1443 AH.
It (in southern and western South America – part of the Pacific Ocean Antarctica), and the lunar disk at the height of the partial eclipse covers 64% of the Sun’s disk.
The partial eclipse takes approximately three hours and fifty-four minutes from its beginning to its end, and is not seen in Egypt.
It has been suggested that a solar eclipse occurs in conjunction or conjunction, i.e., the occurrence of a solar eclipse indicates the immediate birth of a new crescent, and the eclipse occurs at the center of the new moon, and the lunar eclipse occurs in reverse, i.e., in the middle of the full moon.
There will be 224 solar eclipses between 2001 and 2100, of which 77 will be partial, 72 annual (two of which are peculiar), and 68 total (three of which are peculiar), 7 hybrid eclipses (between annular and total eclipses). Among these eclipses, there will be two eccentric and a total eccentric loop eclipse.
In 2022, we will be on a date with two solar and two lunar eclipses, initially a partial solar eclipse on April 30, a total lunar eclipse on May 16, a partial solar eclipse on October 25 and a total lunar eclipse on November 8.
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