This year marks the second time since the last total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2024, that the country will see the total solar maximum.
But the first was in 1918, and only once in 100 years have there been two total solar eclipses during that period.
The last total eclipse, in October 2017, was visible to the U.S. mainland and was partially visible to Canada.
The National Geographic Society predicts the next total eclipse will occur on April 20, 2019.
“We’re in the middle of a period where we’re really trying to get into the habit of seeing eclipses, and this one was a good reminder,” said Jeff Purdy, who directs the University of New Mexico’s eclipse observatory.
“The first one happened on Aug, 21, so there’s a lot of history to look at.”
What is a total solar storm?
When the moon passes in front of the sun, it causes the corona to expand and create an arc of radiation that extends from the sun’s edge to the edge of the earth.
The corona is a ring of energy that is responsible for the emission of light, including visible light.
A coronal mass ejection (CME) is a type of solar storm that is triggered by an intense solar flare, which can be a flare from a star or planet.
This event can be harmful to people, plants and wildlife, as well as to spacecraft and satellites.
The moon’s path in front, or corona, is also influenced by the Sun.
If the sun is behind, the path of the moon is parallel to the Earth, meaning the sun moves behind the moon as it orbits.
In contrast, if the sun shines on the coronal disk, the sun passes directly in front.
A total solar solar storm occurs when the sun comes out in front and casts a shadow, creating a shadow of the corolla that covers the sun.
The shadow blocks out sunlight.
What is the path through the sun?
If a coronal coronal hole is created by an enormous amount of sunlight, it can cause an intense coronal current that can carry heat from the coronea to the surface of the Earth.
This creates an area of high pressure called a corona.
If coronal currents are too strong, the temperature can rise.
A solar flare can also create coronal holes.
A strong coronal force is generated when solar radiation strikes a surface, causing a solar flare.
This can cause the coronadial holes to expand to create corona and high pressure.
What does a total eclipse mean?
An eclipse is the moment when the entire sun, moon and planets are in the same position on the sky.
The eclipse will last only for a few seconds, but it is a rare event.
The first total solar total eclipse in 1908 was visible across much of Canada.
In 2018, a total lunar eclipse was visible from the United Kingdom, and in 2003, a solar eclipse occurred in the U,S.
A total solar day occurs when all of the planets, including the sun and moon, are in alignment.
A partial solar eclipse occurs when a part of the solar disk is blocked by the moon.
In this case, the moon shines through the solar corona while the sun does not.
The path of totality will last for about one hour and 40 minutes.