Not only from the eclipse visible areas, this event was also recorded from outer space.
The partial eclipse phenomenon took place around 14:00 pm on June 21, ending after 4pm Vietnam time. During the observation of this event, measures to protect the safety from radiation causing eye damage are always emphasized. (Photo: Denmoko).
Many tools are not too expensive to view eclipses shared by people from all over the place, such as welder's glasses, or using refractive images from two sheets of paper. In the photo, a Taiwanese observes the solar eclipse through the film. (Photo: Acw20010311).
A group of children admire the eclipse through a fan made of thin paper in China. (Photo: Reginalin).
Photographs of the phases of a solar eclipse, from partial to peaking in annular form, taken in India. (Photo: Morpheovs).
A solar eclipse was taken at Batangas City, a city in the Philippines. June 21 is also the summer solstice day in this country. This is the day when the longest daytime period and the shortest night time period. (Photo: Elliot Andal).
Pictures of a solar eclipse in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan were taken by people with an iPhone. (Photo: iitwentyone).
The eclipse event is also an inspiration for artists to unleash their creativity. On the left is a concept image when a solar eclipse takes place in Kolkata, India. While on the right is a combination of two real photos of the Moon and people in Oman. (Photo: Theguiincubicle, Albulushi Halima).
The annular eclipse above the world's tallest tower Burj Khalifa, 828 m in Dubai. (Photo: UAElabours).
At the peak of the eclipse, the Moon will obscure 99.4% of the Sun, most visible in the sky north of India. In addition, South Asia and the Middle East will also see the event quite clearly. Therefore, a lot of photos are shared by users here on social networking sites. Pictured is the moment recorded in Dubai. (Photo: Ash)
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