Your cats or dogs will be more fearful during the solar eclipse. your dogs or cats may suffer blindness if their outside and look at the sun.
A hybrid eclipse or annular/total eclipse starts as a total solar eclipse but changes into an annular solar eclipse. Why is that so? When is the next hybrid solar eclipse?
This picture shows future solar eclipses of the 21st century. So the next solar eclipse after this upcoming august 21st 2017 is April 8, 2024.
The Last solar eclipse seen from the United States was on February 26th, 1979 and the path passed through the northwestern U.S. states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, and Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
Different types of solar eclipse There are three main types of solar eclipse: Partial solar eclipse. This is when the Moon does not line up completely with the Sun, and so only partially blocks the sun.Each year there are between 2 and 5 solar eclipses. The total solar eclipse, when the Moon completely obscures the Sun and leaves only the faint solar corona, is known as a Totality. Total solar eclipses are rare, happening only once every 18 months. There is another type of solar eclipse, known as a hybrid eclipse, which shifts between a total and annular eclipse depending on where you view it from on Earth. These are comparatively rare. The speed of the Moon as it moves across the Sun is approximately 2,250 km (1,398 miles) per hour. From either the North or South Pole, only a partial solar eclipse is able to be viewed. A total solar eclipse can last a maximum of 7 minutes and 30 seconds. 269 km is the maximum width of the path of totality. Almost identical eclipses occur after 18 years and 11 days – known as the Saros Cycle.