The eclipse had the largest visible magnitude since 2012. Photo: Sam TsangThe eclipse had the largest visible magnitude since 2012. Photo: Sam Tsang
The eclipse had the largest visible magnitude since 2012. Photo: Sam Tsang

Partial solar eclipse gives Hong Kong public a Father’s Day treat

  • Maximum eclipse occurred at 4.08pm, when 89 per cent of the sun’s diameter was obscured by the moon, according to the Hong Kong Observatory
  • For those who missed the show, the next one of note in the Asia-Pacific region will be in 2030
Topic |   Science
The eclipse had the largest visible magnitude since 2012. Photo: Sam TsangThe eclipse had the largest visible magnitude since 2012. Photo: Sam Tsang
The eclipse had the largest visible magnitude since 2012. Photo: Sam Tsang
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