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Solar Eclipse 2019 LIVE Updates: Annular solar eclipse in parts of Kerala, Tamil Nadu

Solar Eclipse December 2019 Today in India Live Updates: In annular eclipse, the moon does not block the sun completely, but looks like a “dark disk on top of a larger sun-colored disk” forming a “ring of fire”.


Solar Eclipse December 2019 Live Updates: The annual solar eclipse as seen from Kannur, North Kerala with the perfect ring of fire. (Express photo)
Solar Eclipse December 2019 Today in India Live Updates:  The final solar eclipse of the year 2019 has begun. It is an annular eclipse which happens when the moon is farthest from the Earth and only partially covers the sun. In a total solar eclipse, the sun gets entirely covered and there is pitch darkness during the day. The annual solar eclipse can be seen in Saudi Arabia, India, Sumatra, Borneo Asia. In India, it started roughly at around 8:00 am with a partial eclipse.
The maximum eclipse will start at 10:47 am when the Moon is closest to the centre of the Sun. It will end by 12:30 pm after which the moon will leave the edges of the Sun, ending the partial eclipse by 1:35 pm. In this type of an eclipse, the moon does not block the sun completely, but looks like a “dark disk on top of a larger sun-colored disk” forming a “ring of fire”.

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