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Difference between total eclipse and partial eclipse

For sky and celestial body lovers, we have exciting news - this year marks four eclipses; two of the sun and two of the moon. Ahead of the first of the two total lunar eclipses this year, here's all you need to know about the difference between total eclipse and partial eclipse
Difference between total eclipse and partial eclipse (Photo by Zoltan Tasi on Unsplash)
Difference between total eclipse and partial eclipse (Photo by Zoltan Tasi on Unsplash)
Updated on May 15, 2022 05:16 PM IST
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ByZarafshan Shiraz, Delhi

Partial solar eclipse of 2022: Interesting myths and facts about surya grahan

Did you know we will see four eclipses this year - two of the sun and two of the moon? Ahead of the first surya grahan this year, here are some interesting facts and myths debunked about partial solar eclipse
Partial solar eclipse of 2022: Interesting myths and facts about surya grahan (Twitter/OneLuckyGirl_28)
Partial solar eclipse of 2022: Interesting myths and facts about surya grahan (Twitter/OneLuckyGirl_28)
Updated on Apr 29, 2022 09:42 PM IST
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ByZarafshan Shiraz, Delhi

Solar eclipse 2021: NASA scientists point out 8 myths, facts about surya grahan

Solar eclipse 2021: ‘Can total solar eclipse cause blindness?’ or ‘Should pregnant women not watch it?’ and ‘Is it safe to eat, drink, cook and carry out daily activities during the eclipse?’ Here's what NASA scientists have to say regarding the surya grahan on December 4 this year
Solar eclipse 2021: Scientists point out 8 myths and facts about surya grahan(Photo by Jongsun Lee/Adam Smith on Unsplash)
Solar eclipse 2021: Scientists point out 8 myths and facts about surya grahan(Photo by Jongsun Lee/Adam Smith on Unsplash)
Updated on Dec 03, 2021 01:14 PM IST
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ByZarafshan Shiraz, Delhi

Lunar eclipse 2021: Time and where to watch in India

Lunar eclipse 2021: People living in Northeast India will be able to see the eclipse, which will last for over three hours. In Uttar Pradesh, Bengal and Jharkhand too the phenomenon will be visible briefly.
The total duration of the lunar eclipse will be 3 hours 28 minutes and 24 seconds.(Representative Photo/AFP)
The total duration of the lunar eclipse will be 3 hours 28 minutes and 24 seconds.(Representative Photo/AFP)
Updated on Nov 19, 2021 09:54 AM IST
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By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

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

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.
Partial solar eclipse seen from Nehru Plantorium. in Mumbai, on December 26, 2019.(HT Photo)
Partial solar eclipse seen from Nehru Plantorium. in Mumbai, on December 26, 2019.(HT Photo)
Updated on Jan 09, 2020 03:56 PM IST
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