On Oct. 25, the final solar eclipse will be visible. According to NASA, it will be visible in Europe, Western Asia, Northeastern Africa, and the Middle East.
The partial eclipse will occur when the moon is not exactly aligned with Earth and sun. It will not cover the sun completely. The phenomenon will peak around 11 a.m. Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
How to see the Eclipse
A pair of special eclipse viewing glasses, or solar viewing glasses, is required to safely view the total eclipse. Sunglasses do not count. Never look directly at the sun during an Eclipse.
You can make a mini projector if you don’t own the right glasses to reflect the eclipse onto a flat surface.
Although the next solar eclipse will be on April 20, 2023 in North America, it won’t be visible there. NASA stated that the next solar eclipse in the United States will occur on October 14, 2023.