What Are the Key Differences between Total and Annular Eclipses?

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The key difference between a total and annual eclipse is the distance of the moon. An annular eclipse cannot crate complete darkness like a total eclipse can because the moon is further away.
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A total solar eclipse is all dark(the moon is totally blocking the sun)but a annular eclipse has some light out wich means the sky gets brighter.And one more thing,DONT LOOK AT ONE!
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In solar eclipses, the Moon moves between the Sun and Earth, casting its shadow on the terrestrial surface. In an annular eclipse, a tiny shift in distance that results from celestial
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In the total eclipse,the middle body casts its whole shadow on the other body but in partial,just a part Emmanuel Dimeji Aladerokun
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It just so happens that the moon is exactly the right size so that when it goes between the Earth and the Sun, the observers who are in the shadow cast by the Moon will see a total
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