A partial solar eclipse will darken the skies over Dar on September 1.
The eclipse activity starts at 10:13 and ends at 13:56, with the peak of the partial eclipse lasting just three minutes at 12:04.
A solar eclipse happens when the moon passes between the sun and Earth, casting a shadow.
Looking directly at the sun is extremely dangerous, even during an eclipse.
The simplest way to view the eclipse is using a simple pinhole projector to project the image of the sun onto a flat surface.
Learn how to make a pinhole projector here.