Surya Grahan 2022: The last solar eclipse of this year has started in India. Solar eclipse is visible in all the cities of the country. This picture of solar eclipse has been taken specially for you by the team of ‘Gadgets360 Hindi’. We have taken this picture from Haldwani in Uttarakhand. When the solar eclipse will be at its peak here, the Sun will be covered by about 44 percent. These are the early pictures of the eclipse, in which you can see the Sun slightly cropped. Apart from India, this solar eclipse will also be visible in Europe, West Asia and Northeast Africa. This is a great opportunity for those who are interested in the happenings in the sky.
partial Solar Eclipse According to Indian time, it has started at 2:28 pm. This Assumption Will end at 6:31 pm. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon comes between the Earth and the Sun. It casts a shadow on our planet and completely or partially blocks the sunlight. The partial eclipse observed today is the second partial eclipse of this year. Earlier on April 30, a partial eclipse was seen.
It is also worth remembering that a partial solar eclipse or a total solar eclipse is never visible from all parts of the earth simultaneously. This is because the Moon is much smaller than Earth and its shadow is only a few hundred miles wide. This means that it can cover only one part of the Earth at any one time.
When today’s solar eclipse reaches its peak, it will cover up to 82 percent of the Sun’s disk. Up to 80 percent of the Sun’s disk will be seen in some areas of Russia. In some areas of China, 70 percent of the Sun’s disk will be visible, in Norway 63 and in Finland it will be 62 percent visible. This solar eclipse will not be complete anywhere in the world. The reason for this is that the Moon and the Sun are not perfectly aligned.
you see this solar eclipse live online can also see. After this, the next solar eclipse will take place on 20 April 2023. Although the eclipse will be visible in more cities of India, but it will not be visible in Andaman-Nicobar Islands, Tamlong, Imphal, Dibrugarh, Itanagar, Kohima, Sibsagar, Silchar and Aizawl. Most of these cities are from the northeastern states.