Millions watch solar eclipse in Asia

Millions watch solar eclipse in Asia

Millions in Asia got a chance to observe a total solar eclipse that occurred on Thursday. It was visible over countries from West Asia to Southeast Asia. The striking ’ring of fire’ phenomenon — with the moon aligning precisely in front of the sun and blotting out all but a sliver of the sun — began in Saudi Arabia and ended northeast of Guam in the Pacific Ocean.

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ConcealCarryProtect 2 months

Even the ecplise in China is Red. Communists.

Mitchell
Mitchell 2 months

If you've never witnessed a total solar eclipse and have the opportunity to, go do it. I went to Illinois to camp in a national park and got to see that one a few years back. The road trip was horrible and long and stressful, but it was worth it for that short ten minutes of eclipse. It was truly breathtaking.

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Skeptic 2 months

Yes, I also traveled to see that eclipse and thought it was truly awe-inspiring. I highly recommend going out of your way to see one. The next in the US will be visible from Texas to Illinois in 2024.

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