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3 November 2013 | 12:10 am Photo of partial solar eclipse as seen near sunset on May 20, 2012, from Austin, Texas. This time around, eastern North America will see a partial solar eclipse just after sunrise on November 3, 2013. Image credit: mrlaugh's

Sunday's Solar Eclipse To Be Rare, Dramatic 'Hybrid' Event

2 November 2013 | 4:06 pm A slice of eastern North America will undergo a weird and dramatic event early Sunday (Nov. 3) morning: a partial eclipse of the sun. For most North American observers, the partial eclipse will coincide with sunrise. But within

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1 November 2013 | 9:50 pm On Sunday, Nov. 3, skywatchers will see a rare annular solar eclipse that transforms into a total solar eclipse, called a hybrid eclipse.

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    • Curator says:

      October 18, 2013: Penumbral eclipse of the Moon. This penumbral eclipse will be only partially visible from North America, as it will have started before the Moon has risen above the horizon. (No eclipse will be visible in western Alaska or Hawaii.) The Moon will enter the penumbra at 5:48 P.M. EDT and leave it at 9:52 P.M. EDT.

      November 3, 2013: Total eclipse of the Sun. Eastern North America will be able to see only a short partial solar eclipse during this event, at local sunrise after 6:00 A.M. EST. The eclipse will end at around 7:10 A.M. EST.

  • . says:

    What Is An “Eclipse”? And When Will Earth Have Its Next Eclipses? Confused what is difference between a “new moon”, “full moon”, and an “Eclipse”? how varies or depends? some call full moons and new moons also “lunations”? or “Eclipses” always? why?

    • Curator says:

      A “New Moon” occurs when the sunlit side of the Moon is facing away from Earth. The Moon is basically invisible. This happens once every lunar orbit (about once a month).

      A “Full Moon” occurs when the sunlit side of the Moon is facing directly toward Earth. The entire near side of the Moon is visible. This also happens once every lunar orbit (about once a month).

      There are two kinds of eclipses.

      A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth passes directly between the Sun and the Moon. This causes the Earth’s shadow to fall on the Moon, turning it a reddish-orange color. This happens on average around twice a year, always on the Full Moon (but not every Full Moon).

      A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes directly between the Sun and the Earth. This causes the Moon’s shadow to fall on the Earth, greatly dimming the sunlight visible from Earth. The Sun basically looks like a black disk with a bright halo. This happens between 2 and 5 times every calendar year, always on the New Moon (but not every New Moon).

      Looking back I realize I didn’t answer your second question. The next lunar eclipse will be on October 18, 2013, while the next solar eclipse will be on November 3, 2013. You can see the eclipses for a long range of years at the website below.

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