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First Solar eclipse of 2022 to coincide with Black Moon

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The first solar eclipse of the year is all set to take place on Saturday, April 30.  

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The celestial event will coincide with the second new moon of the month, also known as the Black Moon. 

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Solar eclipses occur when the moon comes in between the Sun, and Earth casting a shadow on our planet.  

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. This year, the phenomenon will be a partial eclipse as the moon will partially block the sun.

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According to NASA, the eclipse will be visible over parts of South America as well as from Chile, Argentina, most of Uruguay, western Paraguay, southwestern Bolivia, southeastern Peru, and a small area of southwestern Brazil.

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It will also be visible in Antarctica, and the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.

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