Optimal conditions for observing a solar eclipse in Pius

Optimal conditions for observing a solar eclipse in Pius
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Good news for astronomy enthusiasts: conditions for observing the solar eclipse scheduled for Monday afternoon will be ideal on Pius.

The weather forecast actually predicts completely clear skies, which will allow us to observe the phenomenon in all its splendor in the region.

As is the case with several places located in the south of the province, part of Pius falls within the total range.

Thus, south of Saint-Joseph-de-Bose, it will be possible to observe the entire eclipse around 3:30 p.m.

However, the duration of the total eclipse period will vary depending on location. Outside of this period of totality, the eclipse will be partial between approximately 2:20 pm and 4:35 pm.

In St. Joseph, at the beginning of totality, the total eclipse will be 49 seconds.

In Beauceville, in Ile Ronde, it will be possible to observe the total eclipse for about two minutes.

The Notre-Dame-des-Pins nationals will have an additional 15 seconds, while at St. George it will last 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

Even further south, in the Saint-Martin sector, the total duration will be 3 minutes and 3 seconds, while in Saint-Gédéon-du-Bousse, it will be 3 minutes and 15 seconds.

In Estrie, the longest total eclipse in the province can be observed. In Mont-Mégantic National Park, where 2,500 people bought a $75 ticket to view the eclipse at ASTROLab, it will last 3 minutes and 28 seconds.

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To find out the duration of the eclipse in your area, consult My Eclipse app.

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