The eclipse, from the Madrid planetariumNIUS
The partial solar eclipse can be seen from all regions of Spain, but the ones that will notice the lack of light the most are those in the northwest of the peninsula.
The annular solar eclipse of this Thursday, June 10, can be seen from Spain as a partial. It has a magnitude (fraction of the solar diameter hidden by the Moon) of 0.2 on the northwest coast (A Coruña), around 0.1 in the interior and northeast of the peninsula, and around 0.02 or somewhat higher in the southeast, in the Balearic Islands and in the Canary Islands.
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