Total solar eclipse in Asia

Last week, July 22 at 2:53 Italian time, there was the longest solar eclipse of the century that has enveloped much of Asia in the dark for several minutes.




The total solar eclipse usually occurs every 18 years, as occurred last week, however, was particolamente long, six and a half minutes. It is expected that an eclipse of the sun this time will not be another 120 years before.
The eclipse was broadcast live by several TV Asia.


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