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On December 14, Earth will witness its last solar eclipse of the year that has been largely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, the total solar eclipse will not be visible from India as it will occur late in the evening. The total solar eclipse will start at 7:03 PM, peaking at 9:43 PM and will end at 12:23 AM on December 15 as per timeanddate.com.
The total solar eclipse will be visible for people living in parts of Chile and Argentina in South America. In southern parts of South America, south-west Africa and Antarctica, people will witness a partial solar eclipse. The total solar eclipse when the moon will completely block the sun will last for a total of two minutes and 10 seconds.
The previous solar eclipse of the year was an annular solar eclipse that occurred on June 21, 2021. Even though the total solar eclipse is not visible in India, people can watch it online on the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) website.
Similarly, solar eclipse on 14-15 December will not be visible anywhere in the country. This is the last solar eclipse of this year, before the solar eclipse occurred on June 21. Two solar eclipses will occur in the next year 2021. The first will be on 10 June and the second four on December 2021.
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During the solar eclipse in the temples, the rituals and rituals will continue to be the same. Although the priests of the city say that even though the eclipse will not have much effect, pregnant women should avoid going out of the house during this period. Also, refrain from getting married including auspicious work and Manglik work.
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Ram Narayan Shastri, priest of the Noida Sector-55C block Shiv Shakti temple, said that due to the absence of the eclipse of this eclipse, religious activities will be performed in the temples along with the prayers. While performing the puja, the safety rules applicable to Kovid-19 will be followed. He told that this solar eclipse, which will be held on Monday, will start at 7:00 pm in the evening. The eclipse, which lasts for about 5 hours, will end at 12.23 pm on Tuesday night.
According to the calculation of Hindu calendar, the solar eclipse during the next 24-48 hours will be in Scorpio and Jyestha Nakshatra. According to astrologers, the solar eclipse that takes place on December 14 and 15, according to Indian time, will start at 7:30 pm on the evening of December 14 and the end of the solar eclipse will be 12:23 pm on the night of December 15. In fact, on the night of December 14-15, Khandagras solar eclipse will occur.
This will help reduce vehicular congestion on the roads. SymbolicAccording to Indian time, there will be a solar eclipse on the night of December 14, so it will not be visible anywhere in India, including Delhi-NCR. According to astrologers, the solar eclipse will start from 7:03 pm on December 14 till 12:23 pm, that is, for about 5 hours and 20 minutes.
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The total solar eclipse on December 14, Monday will be the last eclipse of the year. A total solar eclipse occurs when Moon aligns in a way that blocks the Sun completely. For a total of two minutes and 10 seconds, people living in parts of Chile and Argentina in South America will be able to witness the total solar eclipse.
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Apart from Chile and Argentina, people living in southern parts of South America, south-west Africa and Antarctica will be able to witness a partial solar eclipse.
The second solar eclipse of the year will not be visible in India as it occurs late in the evening. As per timeanddate.com The celestial event will begin at 7:03 PM and will peak at 9:43 PM before ending at 12:23 AM on December 15. If you still wish to watch the solar eclipse from India, you can do it online by accessing the live link provided by the National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA).
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