A partial solar eclipse will occur on October 25. The Moon will cast a shadow and eclipse about a third of the Sun. The eclipse will last for about 2 hours and will begin at 11:24 AM.
For viewers from Macedonia, the maximum of the eclipse will be at 12:35 p.m. By then, 28.22 percent of the sun’s surface will be covered by the moon, according to data from the Sky Live website.
A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon is between the Sun and the Earth, so it partially or completely hides the Sun by casting a shadow on it. In one year, two eclipses of the Sun visible from an area of the Earth usually occur.