A partial solar eclipse will occur in Hong Kong SAR, China, People’s Republic of China on 20 April 2023 Hong Kong SAR- Beijing Time , the eclipse magnitude is just about 0.03. The eclipse will not noticeably weaken the sunlight at that time. As the eclipse magnitude is small, observers may need a telescope to observe this solar eclipse. A specialised solar filter or an indirect way such as the projection method is essential for solar observation. Inadequate ways to observe the Sun may result in severe ocular burns…… Also the eclipse magnitude is just about 0.03. The eclipse will not noticeably weaken the sunlight at that time. As the eclipse magnitude is small, observers may need a telescope to observe this solar eclipse. A specialised solar filter or an indirect way such as the projection method is essential for solar observation. Inadequate ways to observe the Sun may result in severe ocular burns. The general public may also check the online platforms of the Hong Kong Space Museum to watch the live image of the solar eclipse on that day. The next partial solar eclipse in Hong Kong will occur on 22 July 2028, whose magnitude will even be smaller than that of this one.
Partial eclipse begins: the instant when the Moon’s limb contacts the Sun’s limb.
Greatest eclipse: the instant when the apparent centers of the Moon and the Sun are at the smallest separation. The eclipse magnitude reaches its maximum at this time.
Partial eclipse ends: the instant when the Moon’s limb leaves the Sun’s limb completely.
Eclipse magnitude: reflects how deep the Moon eclipses the Sun. The larger the magnitude is, the larger proportion of the Sun is covered.
|Places||Partial eclipse begins||Greatest eclipse||Partial eclipse ends||Eclipse Magnitude|
|Tin Shui Wai Park||12:37:09||12:55:06||13:13:09||0.02|
|HK International Airport||12:35:54||12:54:47||13:13:45||0.022|
|Tai Po Waterfront Park||12:35:54||12:55:24||13:14:58||0.024|
|Tsuen Wan Park||12:35:22||12:55:09||13:15:01||0.025|
|Sha Tin Park||12:35:02||12:55:19||13:16:38||0.026|
|Avenue of Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui||12:34:12||12:55:09||13:16:10||0.028|
|Statue Square, Central||12:34:09||12:55:07||13:16:08||0.028|
|Tseung Kwan O Waterfront Park||12:33:48||12:55:19||13:16:52||0.029|
|Heng Fa Chuen Promenade||12:33:40||12:55:15||13:16:53||0.029|
|Siu Sai Wan Promenade||12:33:28||12:55:15||13:17:05||0.030|
|Stanley Main Beach||12:33:13||12:55:07||13:17:04||0.030|
|Shek O Beach||12:33:06||12:55:11||13:17:20||0.031|
The eclipse this time is a hybrid solar eclipse. In addition to the partial solar eclipse, there are some places on Earth where a total solar eclipse or annular solar eclipse can be observed. The central point of the eclipse is located at the South of the equator. The eclipse magnitude is larger when the observer is closer to the central point. In Hong Kong, the partial solar eclipse will begin around noon. It can be observed from many districts. However, the eclipse magnitude and duration will be slightly larger in the southeastern region. Interested observers may first consider places at Kowloon East or the eastern part of Hong Kong Island.
The partial solar eclipse begins at 12:34 pm, where the Sun is located at about 79 degrees above the southwest horizon at that time. The entire eclipse will end at 1:16 pm.
|Stage||Time (HKT)||Altitude (degrees)||Azimuth (degrees)|
|Partial eclipse begins||12:34||79||195|
|Partial eclipse ends||13:16||73||232|
Date: 20.4.2023 (Thursday) Time: 12:30 – 1:20 pm
日食詳細資料 Information of the Solar Eclipse
12.34 pm 初虧 Partial eclipse begins
12.55 pm 食甚 greatest eclipse
1.16 pm 復圓 Partial eclipse ends
Located in the Heart of Hong Kong central of Victoria Harbour in which locate looking at the iconic Megatroplis HongKong Island city landscape from the opposite is the Hong Kong Space Museum 香港太空館 in which located at 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR, China –People’s Republic of China.. in which is one of the most international iconic buildings architecturally due to its hemispheric round dome in which is iconic known as one of Hong Kong’s local most cherish bread pastries the Pineapple Bun – Bolo Bao due to the pineapple ceramic texturing tiles of the dome structure that resembles the delicious texturing of the Pineapple Bun .. In which on In June 2014, the Hong Kong Government listed the pineapple bun as a part of Hong Kong’s intangible cultural heritage. … Despite the name, it does not traditionally contain pineapple; rather, the name refers to the look of the characteristic topping (which resembles the texture of a pineapple)……