A partial eclipse could be observed in Estonia on Thursday afternoon, something which can be observed every few years.
Astrophysicist Laurits Leedjärv said an eclipse is not a common phenomenon.
"There are two or three solar eclipses a year. But because this area of vision is very narrow on earth, they are rarely seen at a specific geographical point. Partial eclipses are seen in Estonia every few years," he told ERR.
Looking directly into the sun is harmful to the human eye.
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