Early risers will be able to admire a free celestial phenomenon on Thursday.
A solar eclipse will occur from 4:43 am to 6:38 am for residents of the Montreal area.
The phenomenon will begin before sunrise at 5:10 am, specifies Space for life, on its website.
The eclipse will reach its maximum at 5:39 a.m. The Moon will then hide 78.9% of the surface of the Sun, informs the organism.
The weather will be conducive to observation. Environment Canada is forecasting clear skiesThursday.
On the other hand, you should not look at the eclipse directly. The gesture can cause permanent burns to the retina.
To observe the passage of the Moon in front of the Sun, it is possible to use a solar eclipse box. Environment Canada provides the recipe to make one on his website.