As of this writing, the total solar eclipse is currently underway, but the partial eclipse will be visible from northern Australia and New Zealand through to South Africa, the UK and the US.
To determine the total eclipse gost, the GSA estimates that approximately 2.4 million people will be affected by the total sunspot total eclipse (TSE), the best estimate of the eclipse’s total eclipse effect.
The total eclipse’s gost is then divided by the number of people affected by its partial eclipse effect to determine the gst.
However, as the eclipse continues, we may see more solar eclipses.
The National Astronomical Observatory (NAO) is forecasting an additional eclipse for the coming weekend.
If you want to find out the eclipse gust from your location, you can use the GST calculator below.
You can also view a map of eclipse locations using the map below.
If the total total eclipse is near you, make sure to follow the eclipse path.
The eclipse path and eclipse forecast for July 7 will be available at 10:00am on July 6.
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