A solar eclipse will today place today Sunday, November 3th, 2013. This eclipse, the last for 2013, is called a a hybrid solar eclipse because it appears fleetingly as an annular – or ring eclipse – at its start in the Atlantic Ocean and becomes a brief total eclipse later on. Along the long yet narrow central eclipse path, one can see the total eclipse, but much of the world outside that exclusive path will see a partial eclipse.
Keep in mind that you’ll absolutely need proper eye protection to watch this or any solar eclipse. Please use caution to prevent blindness or severe eye injury!
Total eclipse: Totality will be visible from the northern Atlantic Ocean (east of Florida) to Africa.
Partial eclipse: Eastern coast of North America, southern Greenland, Bermuda, the Caribbean islands, Costa Rica, Panama, Northern South America, almost all the African continent, the Iberian Peninsula, Italy, Greece, Malta, Southern Russia, the Caucasus, Turkey and the Middle East.
video: awesome video explaining the solar eclipse of Nov 3/2013
The partial solar eclipse will be bigger in the south and smaller in the north parts of the country.
Athens: 3:08 pm – 4:05 pm
Thessaloniki: 3:16 pm – 3:47 pm
Patras: 3:06 pm – 4:00 pm
Chania: 3:04 pm 4:17 pm
Enjy, but keep in mind that you’ll absolutely need proper eye protection to watch this or any solar eclipse. Please use caution to prevent blindness or severe eye injury!
Do not attempt to observe the partial or annular phases of any eclipse with the naked eye. Failure to use appropriate filtration may result in permanent eye damage or blindness! Precaution.