Partial Solar Eclipse of October 25, 2022, Observed over Athens

November 18, 2022

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Photographer: Anthony Ayiomamitis 
Summary Author: Anthony Ayiomamitis 

We were very fortunate to have had a great stretch of weather here in Greece during late October that allowed us to observe the second and final solar eclipse for 2022. This was a partial eclipse, on October 25, but it shaded as much as 86 percent of the Sun for some parts of western Siberia. It was visible to residents of Europe, northeast Africa, the Middle East and western Asia. The eclipse depth for Athens, Greece, was approximately 38 percent, with the eclipse having a duration of two hours and fifteen minutes. Maximum eclipse occurred at 13:42:56 (UT+3 local time). Note, as an added bonus there were three active solar regions; one at each of the limbs to the east and to the west (AR3131 and AR3126, respectively) as well as another fainter group just south of center (AR3130).

Athens, Greece Coordinates: 37.9838, 23.7275

Related Links:
Sunrise Partial Eclipse
Anthony’s Website

 

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