Solar Eclipse January 2011 : Amazing Photos in Different Location
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Solar Eclipse January 2011 : Amazing Photos in Different Location

Sharjah : United Arab Emirates | Jan 04, 2011 at 3:41 AM PST
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Solar eclipse wows millions around the world.

In UAE - Sharjah residents said they were able to view the partial solar eclipse, which started at around noon.

One of the venues that was available to the public who wanted to witness the solar eclipse was at Sharjah Science Museum.

"There was a 26 per cent solar eclipse, and we provided filtered sunglasses and hand-held mirrors for visitors to view the solar eclipse in a safe manner," said Ghada Abdullah, an instructor at Sharjah Science Museum.

Pupils from Rosary School and other public schools visited the museum, in addition to university students and people from government charity institutions.

Reuters also posted a picture of partial solar eclipse which is seen over trees in Studencice & AP also have one taken through the fog in Vienna, Austria.

To read more and see pictures on Europe partial solar eclipse: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1343720/Solar-Eclipse-2011-Europe-Middle-East-blocked-cloud-Britain.html

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In this picture taken through a double glazed window multiple reflections of the partial solar eclipse are seen in Stockholm, Sweden. A solar eclipse happens when the Moon swings between the Earth and the Sun. Photograph: Francois Campredon/AFP
jenjhen18 is based in Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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  • In this picture taken through a double glazed window multiple reflections of the partial solar eclipse are seen in Stockholm, Sweden. A solar eclipse happens when the Moon swings between the Earth and the Sun. Photograph: Francois Campredon/AFP

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  • A partial solar eclipse is seen through the fog in Vienna, Austria, on Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2011.Image Credit: AP

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  • A partial solar eclipse is seen over trees in Studencice January 4, 2011. The partial eclipse will be visible over most of Europe and northeastern Asia.Image Credit: Reuters

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