The eclipse is set to traverse North America, making its way over Mexico, the United States, and Canada.

On April 8, a total solar eclipse will happen, and it's the most significant astronomical event this year.

"Biggest Astronomical Event of the Year"

The eclipse will travel across North America, passing over Mexico, the United States, and Canada.

"Path of the Eclipse"

In Mexico, the eclipse will be total around 12:37 am IST, and it will end in Canada at 2:16 am IST.

"Timing for Mexico and Canada"

Unfortunately, people in India won't be able to witness this particular eclipse.

"India Won't See It"

A solar eclipse happens when the Sun, Moon, and Earth align, blocking the Sun temporarily.

"What's a Solar Eclipse?"

People along the eclipse's path will see a total solar eclipse if the Moon's shadow completely covers the Sun.

"Total Solar Eclipse Experience"

If the weather is good, people along the eclipse path will see the Sun's corona, which is usually hidden by the bright Sun.

"Viewing the Sun's Corona"

Never look at the eclipse with your naked eye except during the brief total phase. Use protective eyewear or indirect viewing methods like a pinhole projector.

"Safety First"