Are you ready for the ultimate cosmic event? I’m talking about solar eclipses! These jaw-dropping events are rare, exciting, and totally worth obsessing over. Picture the moon sliding in front of the Sun, casting a shadow on the Earth and making it look like the world’s gone dark red. And if you’re lucky enough to catch one of these occurrences, you’re in for a treat. It’s like watching a once-in-a-lifetime concert, except the main act is the Moon and the audience is everyone on Earth. So get ready for the 20th of April and prepare to have your mind blown by the most amazing event in the sky.

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On April 20, some lucky people in the Pacific and Indian Ocean regions will be able to see the hybrid solar eclipse. It is called The Ningaloo Eclipse. This hybrid solar eclipse takes its name from an Aboriginal word. During this, the moon’s shadow will be zooming over Earth and going from completely blocking out the Sun in some places to creating a rad ring of light in others. What a sight it will be.

And you know what’s even cooler than that? These epic eclipses only happen a few times a century. But wait, there’s more, this event will also be visible in western Australia, East Timor, and eastern Indonesia from 21:36 EDT on April 19 (0136 GMT on April 20) until 2:59 a.m. EDT (0659 GMT) on the following day.

However, you should know, that during a hybrid eclipse, it’s not possible for a single person to see both a total and an annular eclipse. It’s either one or the other, depending on where you are along the eclipse path. There are, however, points where the moon appears to be exactly the same size as the sun. Unfortunately, people in Pakistan will not be able to witness this.

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