The last solar eclipse (solar eclipse) of 2020 will occur on Monday, December 14 and will be visible from some parts of the world, however, it will not be visible from India due to time and Earth rotations and revolutions. Axis and orbit, respectively.
The solar eclipse in India will start after the solar eclipse, i.e. at 7:03 pm (IST) and end at 12:23 pm on December 15. The eclipse will rise at 9:43 p.m.
This will be a total solar eclipse because the moon will completely cover the sun and block the light coming from the sun, thereby casting a dark shadow or “amber” on the planet.
During a total solar eclipse, a shadow is composed of two elements – a dark inner circle, called amber, which blocks all sunlight; The outer region of the shadow that blocks only part of the sunlight is called the “penumbra”.
What is a solar eclipse?
A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the sun and the earth, and the shadow cast by the moon temporarily blocks the sun’s rays from reaching the earth.
There are three types of solar eclipses: partial solar eclipses, during which the moon blocks only part of the sun; Solar eclipse; Finally, the annual solar eclipse, in which the moon covers the center of the sun, leaves the outer edges of the sun and forms a “ring of fire” or anniversary around the moon.
Where does a total solar eclipse appear?
The last solar eclipse of this year will not be visible from many parts of the world. Total solar eclipses can only be seen in parts of Chile and Argentina, with partial eclipses being witnessed from the Pacific Ocean, Antarctica, and southern parts of South America.
The best cities to see partial solar eclipses are Santiago (Chile), Sao Paulo (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Lima (Peru), Montevideo (Uruguay) and Asuncion (Paraguay).
With Monday’s eclipse, 2020 will witness two solar eclipses. The first solar eclipse on June 21 was also visible in India.
How can this be seen from India?
Many observatories will broadcast the eclipse live so that it can be seen live, free from visible places.
NASA will broadcast the total solar eclipse live on its official YouTube channel ‘NASA Television’, however, the live commentary will be in Spanish.
Another live stream of the total solar eclipse, without description, will be available on NASA’s Media Channel. NASA’s official Twitter handle provided people with a live link to witness this year’s total total solar eclipse from any corner of the world.
On Monday, December 14, a solar eclipse will pass through parts of South America, including parts of Chile and Argentina. Enjoy live views on NASA TV starting at 9:40 am ASNASASun 10:30 a.m. Scientists: https://t.co/zRP7YE1ZjV pic.twitter.com/4iWcVcTrBE
– NASA (AS NASA) December 10, 2020
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