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Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
watch out for the annular solar eclipse on May 10 which will be visible from
the Central Pacific Region, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia and the southern
parts of the Philippines.
annular solar eclipse happens when the moon’s apparent diameter is smaller than
the sun. This causes the sun to look
like an annulus or a ring.
annular solar eclipse will be visible from 5:20 AM to 7:33 AM on May 10,
2013 in the southern part of the
Philippines including Roxas City, Masbate, Sorsogon, Tacloban, Puerto Princesa
City, Cebu, Dumaguete, Surigao, Cagayan De Oro, Iligan, Zamboanga, Hinatuan,
Cotabato, General Santos, Jolo and Davao.
This event can only be seen as a partial solar eclipse, however.
eclipse will not be visible in Luzon, however.
I still have to witness a full solar eclipse in this lifetime J. I remember my mom talking about a full solar
eclipse in the 1950s (this most probably was the solar eclipse of June 20,1955) and how it began to get dark and the roosters actually crowed (they must
have thought dawn was breaking!).
a telescope. Titan, Saturn’s largest moon can be easily seen through any optical instruments.
a “spectacular series of conjunctions in the evening twilight”, according to
the Philippines’ weather bureau.
Neptune and Uranus which will be