Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Total Solar Eclipse (Indian Time)

Tomorrow, whole world will witness an amazing and rare phenomenon of nature i.e. Total Solar Eclipse. People get chance to watch this phenomenon only once in 360 years, therefore, we can understand the importance of tomorrow’s solar eclipse. People in some parts of India will get chance to watch Total Solar eclipse while most of other parts will face partial solar eclipse.

As per Indian standard time, this solar eclipse will start 5:29 AM and ends at 7:24 AM with one or two minutes variation at some place. The greatest phase of solar eclipse or total eclipse will be between 6:21 AM to 6:29 AM depending upon different locations. Total Solar Eclipse will be visible in some parts of Gujarat (Surat), Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal), Bihar (Patna), West Bengal, Assam, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.

Other parts of India will face partial solar eclipse from 60 to 99%. Next similar, Total Solar Eclipse will be visible on March 20, 2034; therefore, this Total Solar eclipse may be last opportunity for few people to witness this great event. It is advisable to not watch Solar eclipse with naked eyes because it can cause fatal damage to eyes.
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