A full “ring of fire” annular eclipse seen through thin clouds from Tokyo on the morning of May 21, 2012. Photo: Getty Images A full “ring of fire” annular eclipse seen through thin clouds from Tokyo on the morning of May 21, 2012. Photo: Getty Images
A full “ring of fire” annular eclipse seen through thin clouds from Tokyo on the morning of May 21, 2012. Photo: Getty Images

Ring of fire solar eclipse visible in southern China this weekend; Hong Kong to witness partial solar eclipse

  • Hong Kong will get to see an 86 per cent solar eclipse on Sunday while parts of China will get to witness the full ‘ring of fire’ effect
  • Catch this one if you can – the next one of note from Hong Kong will not be until 2030

Topic |   Space
A full “ring of fire” annular eclipse seen through thin clouds from Tokyo on the morning of May 21, 2012. Photo: Getty Images A full “ring of fire” annular eclipse seen through thin clouds from Tokyo on the morning of May 21, 2012. Photo: Getty Images
A full “ring of fire” annular eclipse seen through thin clouds from Tokyo on the morning of May 21, 2012. Photo: Getty Images
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