- SOLAR ECLIPSE 2020 TO BE OCCURRED ON DECEMBER 14TH 2020.
What is Solar Eclipse?
SOLAR ECLIPSE 2020 TO OCCUR ON DECEMBER 14TH 2020.
What is Solar Eclipse?
Solar Eclipse means, it will occur when a one side part of Earth is engulf in the cast of shadow by the Moon which blocks sunlight either completely or partially. This will form exactly, when the Sun, Moon, and Earth are aligned.
Solar Eclipse 2020: The last Surya Grahan of the year will not be visible in India. Sky-watchers would love to have a glance of the last major celestial event of the year on December 14. Sky-watchers in parts of Chile and Argentina can see the eclipse for about two minutes and ten seconds. Since the Surya Grahan will not be visible in India, Hindus doesn’t need to follow any rituals.
Solar Eclipse 2020 Date and Time:
Monday, December 14
Surya Grahan will start at 7:03 pm (IST) and ends at 12:23 am (IST). Maximum eclipse timing is at 9:43 p.m. (IST) Solar Eclipse 2020: Surya Grahan will be visible in these places
The last Solar Eclipse of 2020 will not be visible in many parts of the world. The complete Solar Eclipse will only be visible in parts of Chile and Argentina in South America. The partial eclipse will or may be witness from the areas of Pacific Ocean, Antarctica, and other southern parts of South America. Residents from
1. Santiago, Chile
2. Sao Paulo, Brazil
3. Buenos Aires, Argentina
4. Lima, Peru
5. Montevideo, Uru guay and
6. Asuncion, Paraguay
can witness the best Solar Eclipse.
How Solar Eclipse will affect Human Health:
Lethargy: Eclipse can make you feel tired and lethargic.
Mood Swings: This astronomical event has some psychological effects. It is said to lead to mood swings.
Eye Injury: Watching solar eclipse with the naked eye can damage your retina and lead to blindness. To view the eclipse special glasses made specifically for this purpose must be used.
Digestive issue: It is a common belief that solar eclipse can disrupt your digestive system. For the same reason, eating or drinking during the eclipse is not advisable.
Pregnancy: As per Hindu mythology eclipses are not good for pregnant women and they should not step out of their house during the eclipse. It is believed that doing such things may cause harm to her and her baby.
Word of Caution:
Not all these health benefits are true. Some are mere ancient legends that exist to date, without any scientific backing. You must not see the eclipse with naked eyes, just enjoy with relevant protection lenses