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HomescienceA partial solar eclipse will appear in New Hampshire on Saturday

A partial solar eclipse will appear in New Hampshire on Saturday

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A partial solar eclipse is visible to some over New Hampshire on Saturday

Some Granite Staters were able to take photos of the partial solar eclipse on Saturday. NASA said it should be visible in all 49 continental US states depending on the weather. Photos posted on the New Hampshire ULocal Facebook page showed photos taken in Merrimack, Manchester and Gilmanton. The Moon passed between the Earth and the Sun, but the Moon’s path only partially obscured the Sun. The shadow gave a “bite of the sun” effect, as 17% of the sun was covered by the moon’s shadow at maximum eclipse in New Hampshire. >> Meteorologist Jacqueline Thomas explains the safest ways to view a partial solar eclipse: The eclipse began around 12:16 p.m., maximum eclipse was around 1:34 p.m., and ended around 2:30 p.m. There is a possibility that there will be some… Draw on Saturday. New Hampshire is also just under six months away from a total solar eclipse.

Some Granite residents were able to snap photos of Saturday’s partial solar eclipse.

NASA said it should be visible in all 49 continental US states depending on the weather.

Photos posted on the New Hampshire ULocal Facebook page showed photos taken in Merrimack, Manchester and Gilmanton.

The Moon passed between the Earth and the Sun, but the Moon’s path only partially obscured the Sun. The shadow gave a “bite of the sun” effect, as 17% of the sun was covered by the moon’s shadow at maximum eclipse in New Hampshire.

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>> Meteorologist Jacqueline Thomas explains the safest ways to view a partial solar eclipse:

The eclipse began around 12:16 p.m., the maximum eclipse was around 1:34 p.m., and it ended around 2:30 p.m.

There is a possibility that there will be some clouds on Saturday.

New Hampshire is also just under six months away from a total solar eclipse.

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