Are you ready for the ‘Christmas Eclipse’?
On December 26, 2019 a ‘micromoon’ will cover 91% of the Sun to create a dramatic ‘Ring of Fire’
Boxing Day is usually a day for seeing family or sleeping-off the previous day’s Christmas lunch. However, for some intrepid eclipse-chasers the festive season will be a little different this year thanks to a rare annular solar eclipse.
It will be best seen at sunrise on the Arabian Peninsula (Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, and Oman), and later in the day in southern India, northern Sri Lanka, the Indian Ocean, and Indonesia.
Head over to a special article on Jamie’s channel on Forbes to read all about 2019’s ‘Christmas Eclipse’
In 300 Days A 3 Minute ‘Ring Of Fire’ Eclipse Will Race Across Earth Just Hours After Christmas Day
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