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In Pics | Solar Eclipse 2020: From Delhi To Dubai, Here’S How People Watched The 'Ring Of Fire'

The 'deepest' annular solar eclipse of the century, wherein the Sun appears like a ring of fire, was visible from parts of India and West Asia.

Jun 21, 2020 / 01:02 PM IST
India and other countries in the region witnessed the 'deepest' annular solar eclipse of this century on June 21. This picture shows a partial solar eclipse observed from Manama, Bahrain. (Image: Reuters)
India and other countries in the region witnessed the 'deepest' annular solar eclipse of this century on June 21. This picture shows a partial solar eclipse observed from Manama, Bahrain. (Image: Reuters)
People using solar viewers to watch the partial solar eclipse in Gujarat's Gandhinagar, India. (Image: Reuters)
People using solar viewers to watch the partial solar eclipse in Gujarat's Gandhinagar, India. (Image: Reuters)
The eclipse, as seen from Mumbai, Maharashtra. (Image: ANI)
The eclipse, as seen from Mumbai, Maharashtra. (Image: ANI)
Here's an image of a man using special protective glasses to watch the annular solar eclipse, in Manama, Bahrain. (Image: Reuters)
Here's an image of a man using special protective glasses to watch the annular solar eclipse, in Manama, Bahrain. (Image: Reuters)
A partial solar eclipse seen from the Cairo suburb of Maadi, Egypt. (Image: Reuters)
A partial solar eclipse seen from the Cairo suburb of Maadi, Egypt. (Image: Reuters)
A partial solar eclipse is seen from Rajpath in New Delhi, India. (Image: Reuters)
A partial solar eclipse is seen from Rajpath in New Delhi, India. (Image: Reuters)
A man wearing a protective face mask, uses special protective glasses to watch the annual solar eclipse in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. (Image: Reuters)
A man wearing a protective face mask, uses special protective glasses to watch the annual solar eclipse in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. (Image: Reuters)
The eclipse, as seen in the skies of Gandhinagar, Gujarat. (Image: ANI)
The eclipse, as seen in the skies of Gandhinagar, Gujarat. (Image: ANI)
This picture shows a man, wearing a protective face mask, using a welding helmet as protection to watch the annular solar eclipse in Manama, Bahrain. (Image: Reuters)
This picture shows a man, wearing a protective face mask, using a welding helmet as protection to watch the annular solar eclipse in Manama, Bahrain. (Image: Reuters)
This is how the eclipse was seen from Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). (Image: ANI)
This is how the eclipse was seen from Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). (Image: ANI)
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first published: Jun 21, 2020 01:02 pm

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