Mark your calendar.
In a few days, you can catch a rare Partial Solar Eclipse from Singapore.
The Eclipse will be happening between 11am to 1pm.
How to watch the Eclipse?
|Source: Singapore Science Center|
Do not stare directly at the Sun. You will run the risk of ultraviolet
light burning your retina. This can cause damage, including sunburn of the
cornea-known as solar keratitis. Instead, use Special glasses to safety look
at the solar eclipse. Do note that sunglasses ARE NOT suitable for viewing a
To view the Solar Elipse safely head down to Ecograden at Singapore Science
Centre from 11am-1pm. It is complimentary with Science Centre Singapore
Admission Ticket. You can also get a pair of solar glasses from the Curiosity
Shop at $5 each.