30 Jaw-Dropping Photos Of The #SolarEclipse From Every State In Malaysia

What a sight!

Malaysians gazed in wonder as they got a rare treat to witness a special astronomical event earlier today where the partial solar eclipse was visible in parts of Southeast Asia.

The moon began to move between the Earth and sun at 6:19 am (2319 GMT Tuesday), before a total eclipse became visible about an hour later in western parts of the country.

The sun then went entirely dark in a broad arc right across the country, to the eastern Maluku Islands, before the eclipse swept out across the Pacific Ocean.

Partial eclipses were also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia, with schoolchildren in Kuala Lumpur donning special eclipse-viewing glasses to watch the spectacle and crowds gathering early in Singapore to witness the phenomenon.

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Here are some of best photos of the amazing phenomenon:

1. Penang Bridge, Penang

2. Miri, Sarawak

3. Kuala Lumpur

Image via Kyrel Rosli

4. Kangar, Perlis

5. Sabah

6. Georgetown, Penang

Image via Criz Lai

7. Langkawi, Kedah

8. Kahang, Kluang, Johor

Image via Muhammad Faiz

9. Kelantan

10. SMK Sultan Idris Shah II, Gerik, Perak

11. Federal Territory Mosque, Kuala Lumpur

12. Melaka

13. Temerloh, Pahang

Image via scripters

14. Klang, Selangor


15. Penang State Mosque, Penang

16. Kuantan, Pahang

Image via MrBig Bucks

17. Kuala Terengganu

Image via Aisya Hamid

18. Kuala Lumpur

Image via Malcolm Tang

19. Kuching, Sarawak

Image via Christine Tan

20. Sandakan, Sabah

21. Kulai Jaya, Johor

Image via Ghazali

22. Temerloh, Pahang

Image via Pop Bettalovers

23. Ipoh, Perak

24. Gemas, Negeri Sembilan

Image via Fia Rafiah

25. Pantai Desaru, Johor

Image via Hisham Ghani

26. UiTM Seremban, Negeri Sembilan

Image via YUiyuzneer Zuey

27. Gurney Drive, Penang

28. Subang Jaya, Selangor

Image via Thomas Yeoh

29. Johor Bahru, Johor

30. National Planetarium, Kuala Lumpur

Image via Mint Curry

BONUS: Somewhere in Malaysia...

Image via Facebook

We would like to thank those who have submitted your great photos of the eclipse to us! :)

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