This website show accurate solar eclipse types that happens throughout the years. It shows estimated numbers of solar eclipse types. It also tells how many eclipse happens every 1000 years.
This website is also a good source for learning what solar eclipses are. This website explains the types of solar eclipse and when and why they occur. Extra Info on the site, talks about why to protect your eyes and it also gives information on the next eclipse that are yet to come. Which is good because then it gives you time to prepare for the next one.
Even though, the videos voice over sounds robotic. The video explains a lot about the terms of why not to stare at the sun during the process of a solar eclipse. It also gives clear specific and understanding details of what will happen to your eyes if you make straight contact with a Solar Eclipse.
Do you ever wonder, How does a solar eclipse work? Well, for just a minute and forty-eight seconds, this video teaches a lot. It gives clear information, step by step, on how the eclipse takes its time around while it's being formed or completed. It explains a lot on when it occurs, and why aren't all solar eclipse totals, and how the other types of eclipse are formed. This is an interesting title for those searching for answers. Like me this video answered all of them.
If the Sun, Earth and Moon are lined up, shouldn't we get a lunar and solar eclipse every month? Clearly, we don't, but why not? This video is very educational for people who love eclipse appearances and wonder why they don't come every year. The video explains why the lunar and solar eclipse happens and why it doesn't occur every year. That makes people understand in just 3:41, but wouldn't it be fun to see it often though.