By clicking submit I agree to be contacted by Frank Leo via call, email, and text. To opt-out, you can reply 'stop' at any time or click the unsubscribe link in the emails. Message and data rates may apply. Privacy Policy

    According to NASA, there will be a partial eclipse at the end of the month due to April’s’ ‘Black Moon’.  Solar eclipses happen when the moon’s orbit lines up with the sun during the daytime so that it blocks the sun’s light for a brief moment. During a full eclipse, the moon will block out the sun completely.

    On April 30, those who live in parts of southern South America and south Pacific and Southern Oceans will have a chance to witness the spectacle. Also you will be able to see it if you live at the edge of Antarctica, but sadly people in Canada will not be able to see it. 

    The eclipse is expected to happen during the new moon, as it is the second new moon of the month of April. According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, it’s given the unofficial moniker of a “black moon,” People who are able to view the phenomenon should remember that it can damage tour eyes and to be careful during a solar eclipse.

    For more information about the source click HERE