Solar Eclipse 2019: Date, times, where solar eclipse is to be seen live and more

Related imageWhen we say goodbye to 2019, a heavenly treat will await you just before the start of the new year. It is the moment that the Moon would overtake the Sun to create a’ ring of fire’ in the sky a day after you celebrate Christmas. The last solar eclipse of 2019–or just the last solar eclipse of the year (called Hindi “Surya Grahan”) –will be held at places like India, Australia, Saudi Arabia, the Philippines and Singapore on Thursday, December 26. The removal of the Sunlight from the Moon would create a ring-solar eclipse, rather than a complete solar eclipse.

Image result for Solar Eclipse 2019: Date, times, where solar eclipse is to be seen live and moreWhat is an annual solar eclipse?
When the new moon blocks the sun’s light, a total solar eclipse is usually brought upon the earth. But this time, it will not, as the Moon is now quite further than the Earth’s average and once it is crossed over, there will be a “negative shadow” or what is called literally the tumour in the shape of a fire ring. The Solar eclipse is known.

In December, when does the solar eclipse occur?
The annual solar eclipse 2019 will be visible from most Asian countries, including South India, as well as parts of Northern / East Africa and North / West Australia, according to the information available on Norway-based At 7:59:53 AM IST on Thursday the 26th December, the partial eclipse is scheduled. It reaches the full stage of the eclipse at 9:04:33 am IST then reaches the maximum position of the eclipse at 10:47:46 am IST. In addition, a maximum of three minutes and 40 seconds will last with the solar eclipse. The annular solar eclipse will not be able to be seen on the ground in Britain and North America in 2019.

EventTime in India
The first location to see the partial eclipse begin26 Dec, 07:59:53
The first location to see the full eclipse begin26 Dec, 09:04:33
Maximum Eclipse26 Dec, 10:47:46
Last location to see the full eclipse end26 Dec, 12:30:55
Last location to see the partial eclipse end26 Dec, 13:35:40


Where to view solar eclipse online in December 2019?
The annular solar eclipse will be streamed live via Sri Lankan channel Tharulowa Digital and the Space-based website. Although Tharulowa Digital begins the live stream on YouTube at 8 a.m. IST, the Middle East, India, and Singapore live stream will begin at 8:30 a.m. IST.

How can solar eclipse be seen safely?
If you plan on seeing the solar eclipse directly, make sure you wear eye protection and do not look at the Sun or the sky with your naked eyes.

When’s the next eclipse for solar or lunar?
The planet will see the first lunar eclipse of 2020 on January 10, just 15 days after the last solar eclipse of 2019. But because of its penumbral existence, which is difficult to determine from the normal full moon session, the eclipse can not be observed.

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