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The best photos taken in Mexico, USA and Canada

The best photos taken in Mexico, USA and Canada

It was the most anticipated astronomical event of the year and greatly exceeded expectations. A total solar eclipse left North America in total darkness for just 4 minutes.

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Many expectations have been created around this phenomenon, and it is true It did not disappoint at all. Thousands of people watched yesterday, Monday (8) To the magnificent spectacle presented by a total solar eclipse across North America.

Day became night for 4 amazing minutes

In this phenomenon, which NASA was responsible for broadcasting live, The Moon covered 100% of the Sun's disk for an amazing 4 minutesWhere day turned into night.

The first place where the eclipse could be observed was in Mexico, specifically in Mazatlan, in the state of Sinaloa. It could be seen at 11:07 am (local time) and the temperature dropped to 6 a place where school classes have also been cancelled.

It has been proven that this amazing phenomenon has occurred Consequences on animal behavior and of courseAs we said, In temperature, which can drop to 10 degrees in the area where darkness falls.

It also affects the windIt causes what is known as “eclipse breezes,” as the occultation of the sun affects its speed and direction. These breezes appear due to the temperature difference between sunny and shaded areas.

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Spotted in symbolic places

The eclipse left amazing imageswith symbolic places full of people to enjoy this wonder, such as Niagara Falls And tall skyscrapers such as the Rockefeller Building in New Yorkamong many others.

The eclipse occurred at noon It's even more alarming because the sky darkens as it does when the sun passes the horizon in the late afternoon. According to local media, it was the most watched astronomical phenomenon in history. First because Its entirety affected a densely populated area according to many touristsWho took advantage of this event to enjoy Mexican and American advantages.

There hasn't been an eclipse of these characteristics since 2017 in the United States, and since we'll have to wait until 2045 to see another, there's no excuse to miss this one.