Solar Eclipse 2020 or surya grahan is here. Skywatchers across India will witness the rare annular solar eclipse today. While the partial solar eclipse will be visible across the country, eclipse’s best visibility or maximum eclipse will be limited to a narrow stretch covering parts of Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. Annular eclipses are known for their “ring of fire” display as Moon while passing through between Earth and Sun isn’t close enough to our planet to completely cover sunlight. Astronomers are calling today’s eclipse “the most dramatic ring of fire” solar eclipse in years.
Solar eclipse 2020 timings – India
According to NASA, today’s solar eclipse will start at 9:15am IST and will end at 4:04pm. The maximum eclipse time is set at 12:10pm – this is when you will be able to see that gorgeous ring of fire. So, the solar eclipse will last less than