The moon’s shadow falls on the Earth.. The date of the 2024 solar eclipse in Egypt

Solar eclipse.. Many are searching for the date of the next solar eclipse, as it is considered one of the rare events that occur, and NASA announced that this eclipse will be the first in 2024.

Solar eclipse date 2024

NASA announced that the first date of the eclipse will be next April 8, 2024, and it can be seen Solar eclipse From Mexico and the United States, as the shadow sends a path from west to east, starting in northern Mexico and ending in America.

Solar eclipse phenomenon

Can a solar eclipse be seen from Egypt?

Residents of Europe, North America, South America, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Arctic continent will be able to see part of the eclipse, and according to what NASA reported, Egypt will not be able to see the eclipse.

Duration of the 2024 solar eclipse

A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes directly between the sun and the Earth, blocking the sun, casting part of the darkness on the planet. The duration of the eclipse takes 5 hours and 10 minutes, and during the peak of the eclipse it covers the equivalent of 107.5% of the sun’s disk, and this process takes approximately 4 hours. minutes.

Solar eclipse

Solar eclipse prayer

When an eclipse occurs, it is desirable to perform the eclipse prayer, which consists of two rak’ahs, in each rak’ah there are two standing ones, two recitations in standing of Al-Fatihah and whatever is available from the Qur’an, two bowings, and two prostrations: “A person says the opening takbir, and begins with the opening supplication, and seeks refuge in God from the accursed Satan, and says in the name of God.” God is the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. Then he recites Al-Fatihah, then Surah Al-Baqarah or its length, then he kneels for a long time and glorifies God Almighty for the amount of one hundred.

He rises from his bowing and says: God hears whoever praises Him, our Lord, praise be to You. Then he recites Al-Fatihah and Al Imran, or as long as he can, then he bows a second time and prolongs the bowing by two-thirds of his first bowing, then he rises from bowing and says: God hears whoever praises Him, Our Lord, praise be to You. He stands for a long time, then performs two long prostrations, and sits for a long time between the two prostrations, then stands for the second rak’ah and does the same as the first rak’ah of the two bows and other things, but he is less than the first in length in everything he does, then he recites the Shahada and says the salutation.”

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