This Sunday afternoon, June 21, a rare partial solar eclipse will be visible across Thailand, provided the rain holds off that is. It’s expected to begin around 1pm, with the moon eclipsing up to 40% of the sun by 3pm. Unless you already know about it, it’s likely you wouldn’t even notice it as your eyes would get used to the slight drop in light during the slow process as the moon moves in front of the sun. (Flat-earthers will need to figure out their own explanation for the routine phenomenon.)
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