Uncommon 'ring of fireside' photo voltaic eclipse seen throughout Asia


Individuals gathered in numerous components of Asia on Boxing Day to observe the annular photo voltaic eclipse, also referred to as a ‘ring of fireside’. The annular eclipse began from Dammam in Saudi Arabia and travelled throughout the Indian Ocean in the direction of southern India and over the northern a part of Sri Lanka and ended above the Pacific Ocean. There are normally two photo voltaic eclipses on Earth yearly, they usually happen solely when the Earth is totally or partially within the Moon’s shadow.

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