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Prepare of a Partial Solar Eclipse on October 25 if you Stay in These Regions

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The southeast Pacific and southern South America were both affected by the first partial solar eclipse of 2022, which happened on April 30.

On October 25, there will be the second partial solar eclipse of the year, which should be visible across Europe, western Asia, and northeast Africa. The partial solar eclipse will be seen worldwide from just before sunrise in Iceland to just before sunset in western India.

Those who want to see the moon cover the largest portion of the sun will have to travel 1,500 miles (2,400 kilometres) to the east-northeast of Moscow to the West Siberian Plain. There, 82% of the sun's surface would be obscured.

However, there are still several excellent locations in Europe, the Middle East, western Asia, and northeast Africa to watch a partial solar eclipse.

The next total solar eclipse will take place on April 8, 2023. The event can be watched online for those who won't be affected.

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