By Ashraf Abdul Wahab.
Tripoli, 2 November 2013:
There will be a partial eclipse of the sun tomorrow, Sunday, when the Moon is . . .[restrict]expected to cover up to 15 percent of the Sun.
The partial eclipse will begin at 2:29 pm local time and will end at 4.11 pm, according to specialist websites. The maximum eclipse will be visible at 3.26 pm.
Tomorrow’s partial eclipse will begin over the Indian Ocean and will end over eastern America.
A solar eclipse is a natural phenomenon which occurs when the Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth and the Moon partially or completely blocks out the sun. It is not advisable to observe a solar eclipse with the naked eye because looking directly at the Sun can cause permanent eye damage.
The next partial eclipse of the Sun visible in Libya will not be until 20 March 2015.
More information can be found here. [/restrict]