The Solar eclipse of May 9/10, 2013 is an Annular Solar eclipse (Kankanakara Surya Grahanam). An Annular Solar Eclipse takes place when Moon blocks most of the sun’s light and makes Sun look like an annulus. Duration of this eclipse will be 6 minutes and 3 seconds (363 seconds).
Solar Eclipse on May 10, 2013 will be visible from Northern Australia, New Zealand, and the islands at southern Pacific Ocean. From the Pacific Ocean east of French Polynesia, you can watch the maximum eclipse.
This Solar Eclipse will be visible all over Indonesia as it begins during Sunrise and ends after Sunrise. The time of Solar eclipse on May 10, 2013 is given for all Indonesian cities including Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Bandung and Bekasi.
Timings of Solar Eclipse in Indonesia in May 2013
Partial Solar Eclipse begins at 6.55 AM (Pakshika Surya Grahan begins)
Maximum Solar eclipse at – 6.55 AM (Surya Grahan Madhya Kaal)
Partial Solar Eclipse ends at – 7.26 AM (Surya Grahan ends)