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Partial Sun Eclipse In Jan 2010 Observed From South East Asia

The first solar eclipse of year 2010 happened on 15th of Jan. Indeed, it is the longest annular solar eclipse of the millennium, with a maximum length of 11 minutes and 7.8 seconds. The next longest annular eclipse can only be observed at 23rd of Dec 3043.

Started at the Central African Republic, the solar eclipse entered the Indian Ocean to reach its greatest eclipse at 7:07:39 UTC. Countries at outside of the annular solar eclipse traverse path can only observe the partial solar eclipse, with reference to screenshot taken from Eclipse Predictions by Fred Espenak (NASA’s GSFC), and some of images taken from Kuala Lumpur high-rise building.
Partial solar eclipse of Jan 2010 observed at 15:21 MYTPartial solar eclipse of Jan 2010 observed at 15:22 MYTPartial solar eclipse of Jan 2010 observed at 15:34 MYTPartial solar eclipse of Jan 2010 observed at 15:43:39 MYTPartial solar eclipse of Jan 2010 observed at 15:43:50 MYTPartial solar eclipse of Jan 2010 observed at 15:55 MYTThe path of the millennium longest annular solar eclipse happened on 15th of January, 2010


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