Lagos, Anambra, Kano, Delta, others witness sun eclipse

By Sam Otti, Lagos, Paul Osuyi, Asaba and  Magnus Eze, Abuja Some Nigerians, yesterday, relished the occurrence of an eclipse of the sun as different states across the country witnessed the incident in different proportions. While residents in the northern parts of the country, particularly, Kano, Zamfara and Plateau states witnessed the eclipse, some parts…

Africans watch solar eclipse

Stargazers in south, west and central Africa were treated to a spectacular solar eclipse yesterday with the Moon moving across the Sun to form a “ring of fire”. At the eclipse’s peak, all that was visible was a ring of light encircling the black Moon — but the phenomenon was only fully visible to people…

PHOTOS: Abuja pupils gather at NSRDA to watch solar eclipse

Nigerians on Thursday gathered at the National Space Research and Development Agency (NSRDA), Abuja, to catch a glimpse of the annular solar eclipse. The spectators, who were mostly students, were given solar The post PHOTOS: Abuja pupils gather at NSRDA to watch solar eclipse appeared first on TheCable.

Annular Solar Eclipse To Be Visible In Nigeria Tomorrow – NSRDA

An annular solar eclipse is expected to be visible in Nigeria tomorrow, 1 September 2016. This was announced by the National Space Research and Development Agency (NSRDA), it said Nigerians will witness a solar eclipse between 7:15 am and 10:03 am on Thursday, September 1, 2016, though with slight variations in actual timing across the…