Annular Solar Eclipse

Have you seen the Annular Solar Eclipse today?

It’s happening along a path that’s 118 kilometres wide. It will be visible from Saudi Arabia—where the sun will rise as a “ring of fire”—Qatar, the UAE, Oman, southern India, northern Sri Lanka, the Indian Ocean, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and Guam, where the sun will set as a ring of fire. A partial solar eclipse will be visible across the Middle East, south-east Asia and Australia.

The “ring of fire” will last for 2 minutes 50 seconds in Saudi Arabia, but after its appearance at sunrise it will appear as a ring of fire across the world for a few minutes across the next three and a half hours.

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In the Philippines, it will be best viewed in Balut and Batulaki, Sarangani Island, Davao Occidental, according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

In Metro Manila, the astronomical event is set to begin at 12:32 pm, peak at 2:19 pm, and will end at around 3:47 pm on December 26.

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