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2020-06-10T11:50:29Z

Find out when the eclipse begins, ends, and peaked in the Emirates on June 21

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.

Weather of Arabia - Sinan Khalaf -  The eclipse of the sun is the most important astronomical event that awaits the residents of the United Arab Emirates on June 21, when the moon will cross in front of the sun, blocking its light from the earth, in an astronomical epithelium known as the eclipse.

 

  • Annular eclipse in the Emirates

 

The eclipse will start in the UAE on Sunday morning, June 21, and the eclipse will be observed in various regions of the country in varying proportions as follows:

 

 

  • The solar eclipse in Abu Dhabi:

 

  • Solar eclipse 87.3%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:12 am
  • The height of the eclipse is 9:33 am
  • End of the eclipse 11:08 AM

 

  • The solar eclipse in Dubai:

  • Solar eclipse 86.3%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:14 am
  • The height of the eclipse 9:36 am
  • End of the eclipse 11:12 am

 

 

  • The solar eclipse in Sharjah:

  • Solar eclipse 86.2%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:15 am
  • The height of the eclipse 9:36 am
  • End of the eclipse 11:12 am

 

 

  • The solar eclipse in Ajman:

  • Solar eclipse 86.1%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:15 am
  • The height of the eclipse 9:36 am
  • End of the eclipse 11:12 am

 

 

  • The solar eclipse in Umm al-Quwain:

  • Solar eclipse 85.8%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:15 am
  • The height of the eclipse 9:37 am
  • End of the eclipse 11:13 am

 

 

  • Solar eclipse in Ras al-Khaimah:

  • Solar eclipse 85.7%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:16 am
  • The height of the eclipse 9:37 am
  • End of the eclipse 11:14 am

 

  • Solar eclipse in Fujairah:

  • Solar eclipse 87.4%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:15 am
  • The height of the eclipse 9:38 am
  • End of the eclipse 11:15 am

 

  • The solar eclipse in Al-Ain:

  • Solar eclipse 90.5%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:13 am
  • The height of the solar eclipse 9:35 am
  • End of the eclipse 11:12 am

 

  • Solar eclipse in Liwa:

  • Solar eclipse 90.5%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:10 am
  • The peak of the eclipse is 9:30 in the morning
  • End of the eclipse 11:05 AM

 

  • Solar eclipse in Madinat Zayed:

  • Solar eclipse 88.7%
  • The beginning of the eclipse 8:11 am
  • The peak of the eclipse 9:31 am
  • End of the eclipse 11:06 AM
This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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