Latest Update Solar Eclipse: See photos of solar eclipses from some cities in India

India had a partial solar eclipse today, known as Surya Gadahn. Cities throughout the nation, including Delhi, Amritsar, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Bengaluru, and Chennai, all witnessed the eclipse. The 2022 eclipse season concluded with a partial solar eclipse. India won’t be able to see the eclipse’s conclusion because it will happen after sunset.

Most of Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and western Asia will be able to see the eclipse.

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The solar eclipse is being streamed live by the Indian Institute of Astrophysics.

The length of the celestial phenomena, which varies from city to city, will be visible in most of India. However, Andaman and Nicobar Island and other northeastern districts, including Imphal, Aizawl, Itanagar, and Kohima, won’t be able to watch the eclipse. In addition, because the eclipse will last until after sunset, India will not be able to see its end.

The duration of the eclipse in Mumbai and Delhi, from its start to the time of sunset, is 1 hour 19 minutes and 1 hour 13 minutes, respectively. While the eclipse will start in Delhi at 4:29 PM, it will start to be visible in Mumbai at 4:49 PM.

The partial eclipse will last for 31 minutes in Chennai, where it will begin at 5:14 p.m. Bengaluru residents will be able to watch the eclipse starting at 5:12 p.m. for 43 minutes. At 4:52 p.m., Kolkata will see a partial eclipse that will last around 12 minutes.

The Ministry of Earth Science has advised against even briefly seeing the obscured Sun with the unaided eye in a news statement. According to this, the Sun would be obscured in regions of north-western India for about 40 to 50 percent of the time during the greatest eclipse.

India will be able to see the next solar eclipse on August 2, 2027. A total solar eclips will occur. It will appear as a partial solar eclipse over the nation.

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