Solar Eclipse is set to occur on 21 June,2020.

solar eclipse is set to occur on 21 June 2020 and it would be visible in some countries.

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solar eclipse
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Regions in the path of visibility include the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, South Sudan, Sudan, Ethiopia, the Red Sea, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Oman, the Gulf of Oman, Pakistan, India, China, Taiwan, the Philippine Sea (south of Guam), northern Australia and the north Pacific Ocean.

Sunday’s solar eclipse is what is known as an annular eclipse, in which the moon does not completely cover the sun as it passes between the star and Earth as seen from our planet. Instead, a ring of sunlight will still shine around the outer edge, hence its nickname: a “ring of fire” eclipse.

The solar eclipse happens when the moon passes in front of the sun and blocking it out partially or completely and when the moon casts a shadow on the Earth, it causing the sun to go to dark.

solar eclipse
solar eclipse
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The solar eclipse is a natural phenomenon that’s why looking directly to the sun is harmful to permanent eye damage.

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Even if the day has darkened, looking at a solar eclipse with the naked eye is dangerous. Sunglasses, which do not filter out ultraviolet rays, do not offer any protection, Delefie said. “The sun is so bright that even when there’s only a tiny portion visible, it is still dangerous for the eyes,”

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