4 eclipses in 2023; Watch Solar Eclipse or Lunar Eclipse online, know when- and where (Reuters)

An eclipse changes the appearance of the Sun and Moon in a fearful way and it is something amazing to watch. (Pixabay)

In 2023, you will be able to see 4 eclipses in total- 2 Solar Eclipse and 2 Lunar Eclipse. (NASA)

These eclipses will be visible in different parts of the world. Know when, where and how you can watch the Moon and Sun. (Reuters)

The first Solar Eclipse of 2023 will take place on April 20. According to timeanddate.com, it will be a Total Solar Eclipse and will be visible in South/East Asia, Australia, Pacific, Indian Ocean, and Antarctica. (Pixabay)

The second Solar Eclipse will happen on October 14 and it will be an annular solar eclipse. It will be visible in parts of the United States, Mexico, and many countries in South and Central America, among others, according to NASA. (Reuters)

First Lunar Eclipse of 2023: A Penumbral Lunar Eclipse will take place on May 5, 2023. It will be visible in Africa, Asia, Australia. (Reuters)

A Partial Lunar Eclipse will occur on October 28, 2023. People in North America, much of South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia will be able to see the same. (Reuters)

How to watch the Solar and Lunar Eclipse? You should know that it is never safe to look directly at the Sun and Moon during eclipses. (Reuters)

Safe technique to observe the solar eclipse is either by using a proper filter like aluminized Mylar, black polymer, welding glass of shade number 14 or by making projection of the Sun's image on a white board by telescope. (Reuters)

To observe a lunar eclipse, you can use binoculars or a telescope. (Reuters)

Also, numerous organizations including NASA and individuals around the globe present live streams and videos of the Solar and Lunar Eclipses online. (Reuters)

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