Eclipse πŸŒ– πŸŒ— 🌘 πŸŒ‘ πŸŒ’ πŸŒ“

An eclipse is when the moon moves over the sun and hides the sun.You will know when an eclipse has came because everything will go dark and it will get suddenly cold.It will get cold because there is no heat coming from sun.Here is a picture of an eclipse.

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Eclipse at night(maybe,cant tell)

Here is the link to find more pictures of an Eclipse

Also here are some dates of eclipses

January 10-11

June 5-6

July 4-5

There will be another eclipse on June 21 reaching its highest point over Africa,Southern Europe and Asia.So if you are in one of these places prepare yourself,there is a chance that it wont happen but i don’t know for i cant see in the future.These are just guesses,so don’t expect me to know.You can get not full eclipses as well.

7 thoughts on “Eclipse πŸŒ– πŸŒ— 🌘 πŸŒ‘ πŸŒ’ πŸŒ“

  1. Hi Izzy
    I love your eclipse work!
    It’s nice to read about your learning from home. I’m learning to make friendship bracelets as I’m home from school too!
    Take care

  2. I read this post izzy and it’s delightful!

    I can’t wait to hear about what you’ve learnt next πŸ˜€

  3. Have you seen an eclipse before? I saw one a few years ago here in Texas, United States. We made little pinhole viewers so that we wouldn’t hurt our eyes to see. I didn’t get any good pictures like that one, but I did like seeing all of the little crescent shadows all over the ground.

  4. I’m loving the moon emojis in the title there.

    Did you learn anything about the phases of the moon? I’ve always found those funny, because one of them is called “waxing gibbous” and it just makes me think of gibbons making candles.

  5. Great use of emojis Izzy! Have you ever heard of the phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words”? I think your emojis have just described what an eclipse looks like perfectly!

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