The solar eclipse of April 30: when, where and what to expect.

As the new moon passes in front of our sun on April 30, we’ll get a rare treat: a solar eclipse.

Solar eclipses occur when the moon blocks at least part of the sun, from Earth’s perspective. In this case, the moon will bite off as much as 64% of the sun, depending on where it is, making it a partial solar eclipse, according to NASA.

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