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The much-awaited total solar eclipse was witnessed by Mexico, USA and Canada

Abdur Rahman Khan

The much awaited total solar eclipse has been completed.

The much awaited total solar eclipse has been completed. The eclipse was seen from the three countries of the region, Mexico, the United States and Canada, on Monday local time. It is also called the Great North American Eclipse. At that time, the area became dark, BBC said. Which lasted more than 4 minutes.

The eclipse was first witnessed by residents of Mazatlán, Mexico. The eclipse starts at 2:07 PM Eastern Time Zone. At this time the moon completely covers the sun. After Mexico, the eclipse will be visible from the US state of Texas. The eclipse is visible in Canada after the US. This solar eclipse will be seen first from the Ontario province of the country.

According to NASA, the solar eclipse can be seen from many places in the United States. However, the total solar eclipse was not seen everywhere. For several days, the areas where the solar eclipse will be best seen from the areas of the three countries have been thronged by curious and eager people. According to local media sources, around four crore people gathered in different areas to witness the total solar eclipse.

This total solar eclipse can be seen from certain places in the United States, Canada, Mexico on Monday. In addition, citizens of Spain, United Kingdom, Portugal and some other countries will see a partial solar eclipse. Thousands of people gathered across Texas wearing special glasses to enjoy the eclipse. Scientists cautioned that no one should witness it with the naked eye. Because it can cause eye problems.

Monday’s total solar eclipse is special. That is why many are calling it rare. Because this type of adoption is not common. Then, on March 20, 2033, a total solar eclipse is expected to be seen from Alaska, USA. However, a region may have to wait at least 375 years to see two total eclipses in a row. The first such solar eclipse was seen in Canada on February 26, 1979. The last such solar eclipse was seen in Mexico on July 11, 1991 and in the United States on August 21, 2017.

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