|PROBA2 views Partial Solar Eclipse|
|posted: March 10, 2016|
On 2016 March 8 and 9, a solar eclipse took place over the Pacific Ocean. This eclipse was total - that is, the entire solar disk was covered by the Moon- over Indonesia and the central Pacific, starting at sunrise over Sumatra and ending at sunset north of the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, large parts of South-East Asia, Alaska and Australia witnessed a partial solar eclipse. The path of totality had a maximum width of 155 km and the maximum duration was 4 minutes and 9 seconds at the point of greatest eclipse, which was over the waters of the Pacific Ocean.
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