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Surya Grahan Solar eclipse of December 26, 2019 |This is a meteorite that does not affect the eclipse.

The Last Solar Eclipse of the Year 26 December This is a meteorite that does not affect the eclipse.
The final solar eclipse of the year 2019 is taking place on Thursday 26th December. Then the lunar eclipse will be seen in January in the beginning of the new year. The solar eclipse will come after 296 years. The solar eclipse will be seen in the car.

- Eclipse start and end times.

The final solar eclipse of the year 2019 will be seen on Thursday 26 December.

Solar eclipse starts 26 December 8: 17 minutes

Solar Eclipse Time 26 December 5: 31 min

Solar eclipse expires 26 December 10: 57 minutes.

- Where and when will the Solar Eclipse take place ??

The third and final solar eclipse of the year will be seen on Thursday, December 8, 17: 10 to 10:57 minutes, with India being seen in Eastern Europe, Asia, Western Australia and East Africa. The planet's influence on the lives of people related to Sagittarius and the constellation will be seen.

Solar Eclipse: -

According to astrology, the solar eclipse is taking place on December 26, 2019, due to the unification of six large planets, which is different from all other eclipses. These remedies must be made during eclipse time

Durva or basil leaves should be kept in the food as well as in water before it can be eclipsed and dried. Then after completion of the eclipse, the person doing the purification of the house must take donation.

Great Solar Eclipse: -

If during the solar eclipse the Gayatri Mantra Gurumatra Surya Mantra should be recited which removes the ominous influence of the planets in the horoscope as well as opens new avenues of Ai and Ai and obtains wealth.

Solar Eclipse December 2019 Date, Timings: The final solar eclipse of the year 2019 has begun. It is an annular eclipse which happens when the moon is farthest from the Earth. Several countries, including parts of India, are experiencing the celestial phenomenon, which started in India roughly around 8:00 am with a partial eclipse.

The annular phase will start at 9:04 am. The maximum eclipse will start at 10:47 am when the moon is closest to the centre of the sun. It will end by 12:30 pm after which the moon will leave the edges of the Sun, ending the partial eclipse by 1:35 pm. In this type of an eclipse, the moon does not block the sun completely, but looks like a “dark disk on top of a larger sun-colored disk” forming a “ring of fire”.


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Solar Eclipse 26 December 2019: Follow this space for LIVE updates. Read in Malayalam, Tamil

Students view solar eclipse through special glasses
Students of A B Goregaonkar English School watching the solar eclipse in their school premises at Goregaon in Mumbai.
(Express photo by Prashant Nadkar)

Kerala lines up to watch the celestial episode
Across Kerala people are watching the eclipse at special arrangements made by the administration as well as local science clubs. In Kerala, the eclipse is best visible in the northern districts of Kannur, Kasargode, Kozhikode and Wayanad. Some estimates claim over 6,00,000 solar goggles have been distributed across the state so that people can observe the eclipse safely. Watching an eclipse with the naked eye can be harmful.

Kerala can now see the eclipse
Our first images from Kochi does not show much, but parts of Kerala can now clearly see the eclipse.

Cloudy skies play spoiler
In many parts of western India, especially Mumbai and Pune, people are unable to see the eclipse because of the cloudy skies.

What is an annular solar eclipse?
An eclipse happens when the moon comes in between the sun and the Earth and blocks the former's light from reaching the latter, causing an eclipse of the sun or a solar eclipse. There are three types of eclipses: one is a total solar eclipse, which is visible only from a small area on Earth; partial solar, in which the shadow of the moon appears on a small part of the sun; and annular solar eclipse, which happens when the moon is farthest from the Earth, which is why it seems smaller.

Parts of south India to witness solar eclipse
The annular eclipse has begun. Some of the areas in India from where the annular solar eclipse can be viewed include Kannur, Ooty, Palakkad, Kozhikode, Erode Trichy, Madurai and Karaikudi among a few others.

Kerala Science and Technology museum organises events to watch eclipse

Use safe viewing equipment to view solar eclipse
People watching the solar eclipse this morning should use safe viewing equipment and proper techniques to view the celestial event as the infrared and ultraviolet rays of the Sun can cause severe retinal damage, a senior astronomer has said.

Solar eclipses of 2020
An eclipse never comes alone and there are usually two eclipses in a row. A solar eclipse occurs about two weeks before or after a lunar eclipse. According to timeanddate.com, there will be a total of six eclipses in 2020 out of which four are lunar eclipses and two are solar eclipses.

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Live streaming on YouTube
The live stream will also be available on the YouTube channel of Tharulowa Digital. For those who will be viewing the eclipse directly should remember to avoid observing with naked eyes and wear eye protection.

Watch solar eclipse livestream online
People who cannot watch the last solar eclipse of 2019 directly can see the livestream of the event. There are a couple of websites that will stream the solar eclipse including Slooh.com– the official website of the Sri Lankan astronomy channel called Tharulowa Digital.

Solar eclipse viewing sites in India
NASA’s map on the December 26 eclipse suggests that the path of the eclipse will cross in a south-easterly direction. Cities falling on the eclipse’s path across Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu will also be able to see the “ring of fire”.

Eclipse in India
As per Eclipseportal, the annular solar eclipse of December 26 will begin around 180 kilometres west of Dammam in eastern Saudi Arabia. In India, the eclipse will reach from the west coast of Southern India and Coimbatore will be the first major city to see the annular eclipse.

What is Ring of Fire or the annular solar eclipse?
An annular solar eclipse is a bit different from a normal solar eclipse. In the latter one, the Moon completely covers up the Sun blocking its rays from reaching the Earth. However, in an annular eclipse, the Moon covers up the Sun from the centre but leaves the outer rim visible. This creates a ring of fire in the sky.

Solar eclipse visibility
The celestial event will fall over the Eastern hemisphere of the Earth and visible from India, Saudia Arabia, Qatar, Malaysia, Oman, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Marina Islands, and Borneo.

Different phases of solar eclipse
The annular phase or the full eclipse will start at 9:04 am whereas the maximum eclipse will start at 10:47 am when the moon is closest to the centre of the sun. The full eclipse will end by 12:30 pm and by 1:35 pm, the moon will leave the edges of the Sun, ending the partial eclipse.

Date and time of last solar eclipse
As per the information available on timeanddate.com, the final solar eclipse of 2019 event will occur on December 26. It will begin in India at 7:59 am with a partial eclipse when the moon touches the edge of the Sun.

The last solar eclipse of the year will be an annular eclipse creating a ring of fire. The celestial event will fall over the Eastern hemisphere of the earth and visible from India, Saudia Arabia, Qatar, Malaysia, Oman, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Marina Islands, and Borneo.

As per timeanddate.com, the eclipse will begin in India at 7:59 am and the annular phase will start at 9:04 am. The maximum eclipse will start at 10:47 am and the full eclipse will end by 12:30 pm. By 1:35 pm, the moon will leave the edges of the Sun, ending the partial eclipse.

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