Solar Eclipse 2019
Today, I got an opportunity to feel the most precious astronomical event i.e. Solar eclipse. Weather was playing with us, however killing stint desire to see the solar eclipse helping to spread the clouds and Sun was getting small-small opportunities to showcase the shadow of moon between earth and Sun. It was an amazing experience, wonderful feeling and most satisfying to see the closeup view of solar eclipse. Fortune was with us to witness the last solar eclipse of this year ‘2019’. Sharing astonishing clicks of Solar Eclipse.
Date: 26th December 2019
Location: Mumbai (India)
Eclipse Start Time-08:17 AM
Eclipse End Time-11:07 AM
08:40 AM – First view – Moon gripping SUN
09:09 AM- Moon Extending it’s coverage.
09:29 AM- On it’s peak, about 80% moon shadow appearing
09:33 AM – Slowly-Slowly Moon gripping out SUN
09:46 AM- SUN is coming back and winning battle.
09:58 AM- Only 30% moon shadow appearing
An annular solar eclipse occurred today i.e. December 26, 2019. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, thereby totally or partly obscuring the Sun for a viewer on Earth. An annular eclipse appears as a partial eclipse over a region of the Earth thousands of kilo-metres wide.
Click here to see the timeline of Solar Eclipse at timeanddate.com.