The Longest Solar Eclipes In The 21st Century

On the 22nd July 2009, the longest solar eclipse in the 21st century happened.  Below is an animation of how long and how much we can see in  different places.

An Animation Of The Solar Eclipes.

An Animation Of The Solar Eclipes.

I went to the beach beside The Floating Mosque in Kuala Ibai, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu.

This Is How The Solar Eclipse Looks Like At 9.45a.m.

This Is How The Solar Eclipse Looks Like At 9.45a.m.

I looked at the telescope to see the Solar Eclipse. We can’t see the Solar Eclipse clearly because it was very,very cloudy. There was a thick cloud blocking the Solar Eclipse. At 9.45a.m., The Solar Eclipse could be seen very clearly.

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Me looking through the telescope

They Also Connected A Telescop to A Television

They Also Connected A Telescop to A Television

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