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Mexico, the US, and Canada will have Solar Eclipse Adventure on April 8th



Solar eclipse path shown in this picture

On April 8th, an event that has fascinated people for ages will occur a total solar eclipse. This time, darkness will cloak three specific countries, a celestial spectacle that turns day into night for a few minutes. However, not all corners of the world will have the privilege of witnessing this phenomenon firsthand. Among the places that won’t experience the eclipse is Peru, leaving many with the hope of being part of this astronomical event in some way.

However, there’s a glimmer of hope for those outside the path of totality.

NASA, in a bid to bring the mysteries of the cosmos closer to people around the globe, will livestream the total solar eclipse.

The highlight of this event is that they’ll have Spanish commentary from experts, providing a unique opportunity for viewers in Peru and other countries not on the eclipse path.


Get ready to be part of this magnificent astronomical show, no matter where you are.

For astronomy buffs and the general public in areas where the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024, won’t be directly visible, a unique opportunity arises to enjoy this highly anticipated celestial event.

Thanks to the live stream organized by NASA, folks around the globe will have the chance to experience the eclipse despite the distances. They’ll get to witness it through live images and in-depth analysis provided by experts.

So, even if you’re not in the prime viewing spots, you can still catch all the action and marvel at the wonder of the cosmos right from your own home.


Solar Eclipse way of moving:

Here are some key points to consider about where and when to see the eclipse in Mexico:

  • In Mazatlán, Sinaloa, the partial eclipse starts at 10:51 a.m.
  • In Durango, Durango, the partial eclipse begins at 11:55 a.m.
  • In Torreón, Coahuila, the partial eclipse begins at 11:59 a.m.
  • In Monclava, Coahuila, the partial eclipse starts at 12:05 p.m.
  • In Mexico City, the partial eclipse kicks off at 10:55:22 a.m.
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