CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. —
North Americans, get set for a fourth and final obscure of a year.
On Thursday, many of North America will have primary observation of a prejudiced solar eclipse. The new moon will censor partial of a object from view. The obscure will reveal solemnly following a start nearby a Kamchatka Peninsula in distant eastern Russia.
The best views will be in a U.S. Northwest and northern Canada, generally Prince of Wales Island. New England and a Canadian Maritime provinces will skip out.
In a eastern half of a U.S., a obscure will start nearby sunset.
Sky gazers are urged to strengthen their eyes with special filtered glasses. Regular sunglasses are not good enough.
This creates for dual solar and dual lunar eclipses this year.
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