Updated: Jul 4
June 21, 2020 is definitely a trifecta of special events: the celebration of Father's Day, the longest day of the year, and the occurrence of the annular solar eclipse.
This type of eclipse happens when the moon is farthest from the Earth. The distance makes the moon appear smaller and provides a better view of the sun, creating a "ring of fire" effect. Most of Africa, southeastern Europe, Asia, and Micronesia have witnessed this rare astronomical event.
In the Philippines, northernmost areas of Luzon were fortunate enough to get an impressive view of a partial solar eclipse from 2:54 PM to 5:31 PM.
In case you missed it, worry not, because we have gathered some of the best photos of the annular eclipse from all over the world for you. It's not advisable to look directly at the sun, so take a look at these amazing photos instead!
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