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The following valuable information is quoted from "timeanddate.com". Check out if you are eligible to be able to observe these monumental events.
"This annular eclipse is the second of three notable solar eclipses viewable from the USA. It follows the ’Great American‘ total eclipse of August 2017, and comes six months before the Mexico-US-Canada total eclipse of April 2024.
Annularity, where the Sun forms a ‘ring of fire’ around the Moon, is visible along a narrow path that crosses the USA from Oregon to Texas. It then passes over Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula, plus parts of Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, and Brazil. Elsewhere in the Americas—from Alaska to Argentina—a partial eclipse will be visible.
The timeanddate team will broadcast this eclipse live from the world-famous city of Roswell, New Mexico."
Regions seeing, at least, a partial eclipse: West in Africa, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Arctic.
Information source: www.timeanddate.com
The following valuable information is quoted from "willemin.li", who is deeply dedicating to astronomical wonderworld.
I really enjoy my Marumi filter DHG ND-100000 for solar observation and photography. The results are very impressive. As the solar activity is increasing again, your filter becomes more and more interesting!
- Dr. Michel Willemin from Switzerland
The solar activity on July 3, 2021 @ 7:27 UTC
📷Canon EOS M6 + 🔭EF 400mm f/5.6 L + Extender 2x III + Marumi Filter DHG ND-100000
Settings: Exp 1/1600s, f/13, ISO 200 Time: July 3, 2021, @ 7:27 UTC
The following sequences of pictures and adhered timeframe with camera setting information recorded by Dr. Michel Willemin may greatly help those who learn and hold a shooting rehearsal before the actual performance. The record is on the Great US Solar Eclipse (Total Eclipse), on August 21, 2017.
Marumi is officially listed on the American Astronomical Society as one of the trusted Manufacturers/Suppliers of Safe Solar Filters & Viewers.
Please pay attention to the below instruction to secure your own safety.
How to use DHG ND-100000(5.0)
- DO NOT look direclty or indirectly at the sun without appropriate eye protection or for extended periods, even during a solar eclipse.
- Install DHG ND-100000 in front of the camera lens - DO NOT use the optical viewfinder. It is recommendable to use the live view feature of the camera body for aligning the lens toward the sun for the observation before shooting.
- DHG ND-100000 is for use only with cameras - NOT suitable as eye protection and to be used exclusively for photographic purposes.
The product page below describes the DHG ND100000(5.0) specification. We hope you encounter a wonderful moment of astrology!