A partial solar eclipse is seen in the Netherlands on Thursday morning as the moon crosses the Earth’s elliptical orbit.
In the Netherlands, a large mass appears to be bitten directly above, but in Canada and North America it appears as a more spectacular “ring of fire”, the bright ring surrounding the silhouette of the new moon.
In the Netherlands, a partial solar eclipse begins around 11:20 am and peaks an hour later.
It will be nice weather to catch a solar eclipse. According to the KNMI Meteorological Bureau, it is expected to clear up in some places after fog.
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Suitable weather conditions to see a partial solar eclipse on Thursday
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