December 13, 2020 4:37:58 PM
Solar Eclipse 2020: Monday, December 14 will be the last eclipse of the total solar eclipse year. A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon aligns itself in a way that completely blocks the sun. For a total of two minutes and 10 seconds, people living in parts of Chile and Argentina in South America will witness a total solar eclipse.
In the southern parts of South America, except Chile and Argentina, people living in southwestern Africa and Antarctica will be able to see partial eclipses.
The second solar eclipse of the year will not be visible in India as it occurs late in the evening. As follows Timeandet.com The celestial event will begin at PM :: 03 a.m. and the peaks will arrive at 9:43 a.m. on December 15 at 12:23 a.m. before completion. If you still want to watch a solar eclipse from India, you can access it online by accessing live access. The link is provided by the National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA).
The first solar eclipse of the year occurred on June 21, 2020, and was visible from Earth. The next solar eclipse is expected to occur on June 10, 2021. According to solareclipse.infoThe next total solar eclipse that will be visible from India is expected to take place on March 20, 2034.
In this Covid-19-affected year, we also observed the last four longitudinal moons held on November 30th. The fourth Pembermbrel lunar eclipse was not even visible from India. According to NASA, a maximum of five total solar eclipses can be recorded in a year, while the minimum number is two. The last five solar eclipses in a year occurred in 1935 and is expected to recur in 2206.
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