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There will be three penumbral eclipses of the moon this year but the one tomorrow will be the only one visible in Malaysia.
Malaysians will get the chance to observe a penumbral eclipse of the moon for four hours on Monday starting from 8.39pm, said the National Space Agency (Angkasa).
About 2,000 people thronged the National Planetarium here to view the country's first partial solar eclipse for the year, lasting about two and a half hours.
Malaysians can witness a solar eclipse today from 4.30pm to 7pm.
The Malacca state's 20 mil planetarium project at the Malacca International Trade Centre (MITC) is set to be one of the main attractions here following its opening July this year.
The administrative capital in Putrajaya is just as popular as Kuala Lumpur - the official capital - with both local and foreign tourists.
Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor has taken with him several items symbolic to Malaysia, to be stamped with the International Space Station (ISS) seal and later displayed at the National Planetarium.
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