Solar Eclipse 2020: Time, Place and effects of Surya Grahan on 14 December

The solar eclipse will be visible mostly from South America. This will be a total solar eclipse. A complete solar eclipse occurs when the Moon completely covers the Sun.

Yogita S.

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Published on 13 Dec 2020 10:04 AM GMT

Solar Eclipse 2020: Time, Place and effects of Surya Grahan on 14 December
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Lucknow: On 14 Dec, Monday, the last solar eclipse of the year. The solar eclipse will be visible mostly from South America. This will be a total solar eclipse. A complete solar eclipse occurs when the Moon completely covers the Sun, while a partial eclipse occurs when the Moon covers only one part of the Sun. Two solar eclipses will come next year, i.e. 2021. Let me tell you, the solar eclipse to be held in June next year will be an annular.

Solar eclipse timing in India:

The last solar eclipse of the year will take place from 7 pm to 3 min from 12 pm to 23 pm according to the time of India on 14 December. The total duration of this eclipse will be about 5 hours. The solar eclipse will be at 9:43 pm.

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The Sun will not be visible in India on Monday as it will be in the late evening. The full solar eclipse will be best seen in South America from parts of Chile and Argentina.

Sky-watchers in Chile and Argentina can see two minutes and ten seconds of darkness during the day, as the moon blocks the sun. The southern part of South America, Southwest Africa and Antarctica will witness partial solar eclipse. The US space agency NASA will provide a live link for people to watch the solar eclipse from anywhere in the world.

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We are telling you, what to do during the last solar eclipse of this year and what should be avoided in this solar eclipse. Let me tell you that this year is the last solar eclipse. This solar eclipse starts on 14 December and will last till midnight of 15 December.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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