It’s amazing out there: If you are lucky, you will see this rare solar eclipse on April 29 2014

A rare annular solar eclipse will occur on April 29, 2014. But only a few will be able to see it!

Yeah, it’s too bad! But hey we cannot be lucky everyday and should be happy with the red moon eclipse we witnessed last week!

This sun eclipse will be an annular eclipse since the moon will be close to its furthest distance from Earth, making it too small to create a total eclipse.

The following GIF ((NASA/GSFC/A.T. Sinclair)) presents the areas where the solar eclipse will be seen.

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Best places to see the solar eclipse on April 29 2014?

Only a small part of Antarctica will have a chance to witness the entire event. Parts in Australia will see as much as 55 %.

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