Presentation on theme: "By: Sami Grim. A Solar Eclipse is when the moon passes between the Sun and the Earth. For a short amount of time the sun is completely blocked out by."— Presentation transcript:
A Solar Eclipse is when the moon passes between the Sun and the Earth. For a short amount of time the sun is completely blocked out by the moon, when viewed from Earth. The day quickly turns into nighttime, causing a lot to happen. The temperature begins to drop and many animals become confused.
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Solar eclipses are usually are 10,000 miles long and about 100 miles wide. It covers less than one percent of the Earth’s entire surface. In order to see a full Solar Eclipse you have to be somewhere is the narrow path of the eclipse. Even the North and South Pole get solar eclipses sooner or later. Just one total eclipse happens once or twice a year. Mostly what everyone sees is a partial eclipse.
January 4, 2011- Partial June 1, 2011- Partial July 1, 2011- Partial November 25, 2011- Partial May 20, 2012- Annular
November 13, 2012- You can see it in North Australia and the South Pacific. M March 25, 2015- You can see it in North Atlantic, Faeroe Is, Svalbard.