The partial eclipse started at 3:45 am TMG) west of Nigori (Kenya) and ended at 4:48 am (TMG), when he could be seen in the Republic of Congo, and then moved to Ethiopia, the Peninsula Arabica, Pakistan and Northern India.
The maximum eclipse occurred at 6:40 am (TMG), next to Jyotirmath (India), where more than 99% of the sun was covered, a moment that lasted only 38 seconds.
From there, it advanced in direction to China, entering Tibet, crossing the country to the island of Taiwan.
– Meteo Trás-os-Montes – Portugal (@MeteoTrasMontPT) June 21, 2020
The annular eclipse ended at 8:32 am (TMG) at a point in the Pacific Ocean, southeast of the island of Guam (USA), with a partial eclipse occurring an hour later in the eastern Philippines.
The phenomenon was a special occasion, since it coincided with the summer solstice, something that in this century will only happen this year and on 21 June 2039, when it can be seen more clearly in Alaska (USA), areas Northern Canada, GronelThendia and in the Nordic countries.