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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, on Sunday captured an enchanting video of the solar eclipse.
Hamdan shared the video on his Instagram account.
Hamdan captioned it "a closer look at today’s annular solar eclipse #SolarEclipse2020"
The video so far has garnered over 245,580 views.
Last month Sheikh Hamdan posted a breathtaking video of the weather in Dubai.
Sheikh Hamdan captioned the video, “#Lightning in #Dubai ⚡️…”
The video shows a sudden clap of thunder over Dubai and its iconic Burj Al Arab.
Sheikh Hamdan is an avid nature lover. He often shares his social activities on Instagram.
The weather in the UAE at the time had been unstable. Several roads were closed due to flash floods. Motorists were urged to exercise caution.
The videos show Sheikh flying a helicopter over lush green meadows with serene surroundings and mountains. It is not clear where the video was shot.
The video garnered 436,662 views in five hours as of Friday evening.
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