solar eclipse

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the moon interrupts light from the sun

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Speaking to Muscat Daily, Abdulwahab al Busaidi, head of observatory, Oman Astronomical Society, said, 'Oman will witness an annular solar eclipse on December 26.
The best view of this annular solar eclipse will be from Jaffna to Trincomalee and the rest of the country would see it as a partial solar eclipse.
The same is true for a rare aRing of Firea annular solar eclipse next Christmas.
"I (once) saw a solar eclipse…but I have never seen an annular solar eclipse before," Austrian tourist Beate Sosz said.
"An annular solar eclipse occurs when the moon's apparent diameter is smaller than the sun, causing the Sun to look like an annulus (ring), blocking most of the sun's light.
TOKYO - An annular solar eclipse was observed over a wide area of Japan on Monday morning, including major cities on the Pacific coast of the Japanese archipelago such as Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka.
The event known as an annular solar eclipse originating from the Latin "annulus," meaning "little ring" should be visible in its full glory from much of Asia, the Pacific region and some of western North America, provided the weather stays clear.
Panasonic Corporation of Japan will broadcast an upcoming annular solar eclipse live to the world from the summit of Mt Fuji using only solar power.
Bryce Canyon in Utah has skies so clear and dark that astronomers are expected to congregate here on May 21, 2012, for an opportunity to see the Annular Solar Eclipse.
The solar eclipse of August 11, 1999, in Europe helped to increase public awareness of the phenomenon[citation needed], which apparently led an unusually large number of journeys made specifically to witness the annular solar eclipse of October 3, 2005, and of March 29, 2006.
THE recent annular solar eclipse showed how fearful many of us are about natural phenomena.
Summary: The longest annular solar eclipse of the Indian Ocean and eastern Asia.
Summary: DUBAI/ABU DHABI u Thousands of people in the UAE witnessed the longest-lasting annular solar eclipse of the millennium on Friday.
The last full annular solar eclipse seen in the Arabian Peninsula was in 1763.
JAKARTA - An annular solar eclipse will say Happy Lunar New Year to a few lucky Indonesians on Monday afternoon when the Sun will be ''transformed'' into a ring of fire, a rare natural phenomenon that happens only once every 18 years at a given location.