A solar event is coming up in the Pacific Ocean, and it’s about to be eclipsed by a comet.
It’s called the Cetus solar eclipse.
And it’s happening, and so is a solar eclipse, according to NASA.
The sun will be fully eclipsed during the Ceti Cetina eclipse on May 14.
That will be about one-fourth the diameter of the moon, according a NASA graphic.
Cetus is a small constellation in the sky, which can be seen from the Americas.
It’s the brightest star in the night sky and the second brightest in the constellation Aquila.
The Cetus constellation is often used to show the planets in their closest approach to the sun.
Astronomers say it’s the closest point in the solar system to the Sun.
It has a diameter of 2,300 miles (3,400 kilometers), which is equal to nearly one-third of the Sun’s diameter.
A comet is a tiny celestial body that orbits the sun, the moon and Earth.
The closest a comet can get to the Earth is about 300 miles (482 kilometers).