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Partial solar eclipse seen from Nehru Plantorium. in Mumbai, on December 26, 2019.(HT Photo)

3 out of 6 eclipses to be visible in India in 2020: Observatory

Indore | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON JAN 09, 2020 03:56 PM IST
The first eclipse of 2020 will start from 10.36 pm on the night of January 10 and continue till 2.44 am on January 11, Dr Rajendraprakash Gupt added.
Lunar Eclipse on January 10: Here’s when and where to watch the eclipse.(Unsplash)
Lunar Eclipse on January 10: Here’s when and where to watch the eclipse.(Unsplash)

Lunar Eclipse on January 10: Here’s when and where to watch the eclipse

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JAN 10, 2020 10:52 AM IST
January 10 will witness the first of four Penumbral lunar eclipses of 2020.
Boys use special glasses to watch the annular solar eclipse in Cheruvathur town in Kerala.(Reuters Photo)
Boys use special glasses to watch the annular solar eclipse in Cheruvathur town in Kerala.(Reuters Photo)

‘Saw beautiful ring of fire’: Kerala students after watching solar eclipse

Hindustan Times, Thiruvananthapuram | By Ramesh Babu
UPDATED ON DEC 26, 2019 04:50 PM IST
The state turned it into a big celebration. Almost all district headquarters made special arrangements to view the spectacle.
PM Modi posted picture of himself trying to watch the solar eclipse.(Twitter/@narendramodi)
PM Modi posted picture of himself trying to watch the solar eclipse.(Twitter/@narendramodi)

‘Unfortunately, couldn’t see the sun’: PM Modi blames clouds for missing solar eclipse

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON AUG 12, 2020 12:55 AM IST
Partial solar eclipse seen from Nehru Planetarium in Mumbai.(Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)
Partial solar eclipse seen from Nehru Planetarium in Mumbai.(Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)

5 myths associated with solar eclipse busted by scientists

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON DEC 26, 2019 11:07 AM IST
India is witnessing the annular solar eclipse, the last one of the year.
Large crowd gathers in north Kerala’s Cheruvathur to see the solar eclipse.(HT photo)
Large crowd gathers in north Kerala’s Cheruvathur to see the solar eclipse.(HT photo)

Crowd gathers in Cheruvathur, first place in India where solar eclipse is visible

Hindustan Times, Thiruvananthapuram | By Ramesh Babu
UPDATED ON AUG 12, 2020 12:42 AM IST
The eclipse can be viewed in Kerala between 8.05 am to 11 am.
Solar eclipse witnessed in Ahmedabad.(Photo: ANI)
Solar eclipse witnessed in Ahmedabad.(Photo: ANI)

Last solar eclipse of the year begins, will be visible in parts of India

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON AUG 12, 2020 12:39 AM IST
In the Indian sub-continent, the annularity phases will be seen within a narrow path grazing the southern Indian peninsula.
The Moon will remain partially eclipsed till 4:29 am on Wednesday. So it is a golden opportunity for the sky enthusiasts in the country as the eclipse will be visible almost throughout the night, he said.(Himanshu Vyas / Hindustan Times)
The Moon will remain partially eclipsed till 4:29 am on Wednesday. So it is a golden opportunity for the sky enthusiasts in the country as the eclipse will be visible almost throughout the night, he said.(Himanshu Vyas / Hindustan Times)

Partial lunar eclipse tonight, to last three hours

Kolkata | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON JUN 01, 2020 03:32 PM IST
Lunar Eclipse: The celestial phenomenon will be visible entirely from all parts of the country, besides parts of South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia, Duari said.
‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ to get star billing in weekend lunar eclipse.(AFP)
‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ to get star billing in weekend lunar eclipse.(AFP)

‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ to get star billing in weekend lunar eclipse

New York | By Reuters
UPDATED ON JAN 18, 2019 05:51 PM IST
Total lunar eclipses occur when the moon moves into perfect alignment with the sun and earth, giving it a copper-red or “blood” appearance to those watching from below.
Partial solar eclipse 2018: The partial solar eclipse is visible from parts of the northern hemisphere. There are certain myths associated with solar eclipses as well.(Shutterstock)
Partial solar eclipse 2018: The partial solar eclipse is visible from parts of the northern hemisphere. There are certain myths associated with solar eclipses as well.(Shutterstock)

Partial solar eclipse 2018, 5 myths from around the world that you need to know

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON AUG 11, 2018 09:14 AM IST
Partial solar eclipse 2018: A partial solar eclipse will take place on August 11. Here are 5 superstitions and myths associated with eclipses.
A full moon is seen during a lunar eclipse in Beijing, China January 31, 2018.(Reuters File)
A full moon is seen during a lunar eclipse in Beijing, China January 31, 2018.(Reuters File)

Lunar eclipse: Astronomers dispel superstition about eating during the eclipse

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Malavika Vyawahare
UPDATED ON JUL 26, 2018 09:30 AM IST
Astronomical Society of India has invited those defying the belief during the 6 hour, 17 minute, 18 second long eclipse starting at 10:44 pm on July 27 -- the longest lunar eclipse this century -- to post photographs on social media with the hashtag: #EclipseEating.
The longest possible period of totality for a lunar eclipse is an hour and 47 minutes.(Praful Gangurde)
The longest possible period of totality for a lunar eclipse is an hour and 47 minutes.(Praful Gangurde)

When, how and where to watch the total lunar eclipse in India

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Tejas Narayan
UPDATED ON JUL 26, 2018 09:31 AM IST
Moongazers would be able to watch the eclipse for six hours and 14 minutes, with the ‘total phase’ lasting for an hour and 43 minutes.
Most countries in the east will be able to watch the total lunar eclipse on the evening of July 27. Central Asia, the Middle East and a majority of eastern Africa will have the best view of the total lunar eclipse.(Praful Gangurde/ Hindustan Times)
Most countries in the east will be able to watch the total lunar eclipse on the evening of July 27. Central Asia, the Middle East and a majority of eastern Africa will have the best view of the total lunar eclipse.(Praful Gangurde/ Hindustan Times)

Lunar eclipse 2018: Countries which will get the best view

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Rishabh Chaudhary
UPDATED ON JUL 25, 2018 12:51 PM IST
The total eclipse will begin everywhere approximately at the same time, but the time of its visibility will vary widely depending on its timeline, from 9.30 pm in Cairo (North Africa) and 10.30 pm in Moscow (Eastern Europe) to 10.44 pm in Delhi (South Asia).
Solar Eclipse 2018 myth: The partial solar eclipse takes place on Friday the 13th, which is considered an ominous date.(Shutterstock)
Solar Eclipse 2018 myth: The partial solar eclipse takes place on Friday the 13th, which is considered an ominous date.(Shutterstock)

Solar Eclipse 2018, 5 ancient myths about the phenomenon

Hindustan Times | By Soma Das
UPDATED ON JUL 12, 2018 06:32 PM IST
Solar Eclipse 2018 myth: A partial solar eclipse will take place this Friday the 13th. We dig up 5 superstitions and myths associated with eclipses.
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