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Expect a partial solar eclipse happening on 21 June between 2.30pm to 5.30 pm, according to the National Planetarium.
What you need to know: On 21 June, there will be a partial solar eclipse and the National Planetarium will be conducting a live stream to observe the phenomenon as it is still closed due to the Movement Control Order (MCO).
What you need if you want to view it on your own: If you’re interested to view the eclipse up in the sky, the Planetarium has advised to always use solar filters.
Also, don’t stare straight at the sun because it could cause eye damage and blindness.
What about other countries? Instead of a partial solar eclipse, countries such as Taiwan will experience the eclipse sun ring phenomenon this year and apart from Taiwan, countries like Congo and Ethiopia in Africa, Yemen, Oman, Pakistan, India and China which will also experience the eclipse sun ring.
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