Sunrise eclipse on 22 July 2009

We’re almost there. It’s less than 15 hours to the longest eclipse of the century!

Earlier this year in January, an annular eclipse took place that was visible from parts of Africa, Australia and Asia. The image below was taken as the sun set over Manila Bay in the Philippines.

Wednesday’s eclipse will take place as the sun rises over India and travel through central China as morning rush hour hits its peak. Will you capture a photograph as amazing as this one by Armando Lee and F. Naelga Jr.?

We wish you luck and hope and pray that the cloudy skies will clear for the eclipse.

Photo: Armando Lee (Astro League Philippines), F Naelga Jr (100 Hours or Astronomy, IYA2009)

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