Solar Eclipse on June 21, 2020: Worldwide Live Streaming & Eclipse Guide

By Hazarry bin Haji Ali Ahmad
The Astronomical Society of Brunei Darussalam

Global visibility of June 21, 2020 Solar Eclipse. Red line indicates area experiencing annular eclipse, while regions within the blue lines will only see partial eclipse of the sun.

Bandar Seri Begawan โ€“ A perfect alignment of the 3 celestial bodies, Earth-Moon-Sun, will occur on Sunday June 21, 2020, resulting in a spectacular annular solar eclipse which can only be view from specific areas on Earth.

The annular phase of this solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Africa including the Central African Republic, Congo, and Ethiopia; Asia in Yemen, Oman, south of Pakistan and northern India, China including Taiwan. You must be located within the narrow path of annularity represented on the map above by a red line (about 11,400 km long and 21 km width), where people in these areas will see the characteristic “ring of fire”.

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ASEAN Astronomy Workshop for Teachers (AAWT) in December 2019

Are you a Brunei science teacher with experiencing in teaching astronomy, using a telescope system and use astronomy as a tool of education?

Participate now! The 3-day ASEAN Astronomy Workshop for Teachers (AAWT) from 26-28 December 2019 at UTM Johor Malaysia will feature talks, hands-on activities such as telescope demonstrations, special observation of the annular solar eclipse including opportunities to use robotic observatories in the region.

More detail, contact Mhd Fairos bin Asillam (Secretary of AAWT) at or +60193553539