Solar eclipse in different parts of the world
India is only getting a partial Solar Eclipse on Wednesday. People in country’s Northeast and Eastern coastal strip will be able to get a partial view of historic astronomical incident. But the world today witnessed the eclipse in either partial or full
News Nation Bureau | Updated : 09 March 2016, 10:41:38 AM
A total solar eclipse sweeping across the vast Indonesian archipelago on Wednesday was witnessed by hordes of sky gazers. This is country’s first total solar eclipse in nearly 33 years. Indonesia last witnessed a solar eclipse in 1983 and will reportedly have to wait for another 33 years for the next eclipse. Scientists have also flocked Indonesia for the eclipse. This rare astronomical event witnessing requires filtered viewing glasses to avoid any harm to the eyes. Even some parts of Indone
Here the moon covered only a small portion of the sun. The total phase of the eclipse was however not visible in Bandar Seri Begawan.
Vietnam also witnessed a partial solar eclipse as seen from a Saigonese townhouse, through a passing cloud.
Thailand also had partial solar eclipse. Skywatchers in Southeast Asia were being treated to a special celestial show today.
A partial solar eclipse seen from Perth in Australia.
This picture shows an airline passing at the time of solar eclipse which makes the shot even more beautiful.