Solar Eclipse January 6, 2019 will start at 5:28 local time.
A solar Eclipse will see the inhabitants of North-East Asia (including Japan, North and South Korea and Eastern China), the North Pacific ocean and the far South-West of Alaska, the Far East of Russia (except for Northern and North-Western regions), and East of Mongolia.
It is noted that this phenomenon occurs when the Moon is between the Sun and Earth and thereby obscures the sun’s light. Every year we can observe 2-5 solar eclipses. The longest solar Eclipse of the 21st century occurred on July 22, 2009 and lasted 6 min 39 sec.
In January there will also be a lunar Eclipse that can be seen on January 21.
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