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Partial Solar Eclipse in Early November

People on the east coast will get a chance to view the event.
A hybrid solar eclipse will limit sunshine during sunrise November 3rd for people on the east coast of the U.S.

About 70% of the sun will be obscured in Central Pennsylvania for approximately 20 minutes after sunrise. The best view will be for people who do not have mountains to the east.

A hybrid eclipse is seen as a total eclipse on certain points of the earth, leaving only the corona visible; while others see annular eclipse and a bright ring surrounding the moon as it crosses in front of the sun.

Five planets are also visible in the sky for the early November: Venus around nightfall, Jupiter in mid to late-evening, while Mars Mercury and Saturn are all visible in the morning sky.

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