The rare and awe-inspiring spectacle of a total solar eclipse will unfold over parts of Indonesia and the Indian and Pacific Oceans today.
The full eclipse may be visible to several million people within its narrow path including eclipse chasers who have travelled from around the world for a chance to witness it.
The rare event comes when the moon is close enough to Earth to completely block out the sun.
The eclipse is expected to last just under two minutes. The last total solar eclipse was in March 2015, and the one before that was in 2012.
People are taking to Twitter to post their images.
Total solar eclipse in Palembang, Indonesia. pic.twitter.com/VcGRHCKtEZ— Esti Widiastuti ??? (@estiwidiastuti) March 9, 2016
I'm not really a person who'll take this kind of pic. But a pat on my back, I caught the solar eclipse. ?? pic.twitter.com/Cvgd0A4RDG— Umz (@umiatiqs) March 9, 2016
Morning ?? solar eclipse pic.twitter.com/3l8HujP5ht— Cremela (@hajasekeri) March 8, 2016