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Solar Eclipse tomorrow, Here's where to see it in South Africa and warnings you need to know.

South Africans in Some Parts of the Country are in for a treat tomorrow as they will be able to experience a solar eclipse. This will be the last solar eclipse of 2021. Below is all the information you need on which areas will be able to see it and what exactly is it.

What South Africans will see :

If you are in the areas below, that you will be able to see part of the eclipse, which is estimated at just over elevan percent of it. Unfortunately after this eclipse occurs on December fourth, people will have to wait eighteen months to see another one.

Above are the times that it will occur, akong with how many percent of the sun the moon will cover. These are local times for each area do they don't have to be converted depending where you live.

Unfortunately Parts of the Country, including Durban and Kwazulu Natal won't be able to see it. Other areas that won't be able to see it are Gauteng, Lesotho, Mpumalanga and Pretoria.

Above is a diagram of what South Africans will see, if they are in the viewing area. However for these people, there are some warnings you need to take into account.

Warnings :

A solar eclipse can be dangerous and could hurt your eyes if you are not cautious. Do not look directly into the sun, if you are viewing the eclipse only do it using safety glasses. Even than, do not do it for extended periods of time. Finally do not put yourself in dangerous situations just to view the eclipse, keep a close eye on your surroundings.

What do you think of the eclipse, will you be viewing it, tell me in the comments section and follow for more news as it happens.

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