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Solar Eclipse 2010 January 15 India
Today at exactly 3:49pm it is said that the filipinos here at NCR will witness a partial solar eclipse. It will end at 5:51pm. This partial solar eclipse is expected to be the longest to occur since 1992. Maximum darkness is perceptible around 4:53 a.m when the moon covers 39.1 percent of the sun’s disk.
A solar eclipse is a natural phenomenon where in the moon passes between the sun and earth. Partial solar eclipse occurs when only a part of the sun is covered by the moon.
It will be visible as a partial eclipse in much of Africa, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Asia. It will be seen as annular within a narrow stretch of 300 km (190 mi) width across Central Africa, Maldives, South Kerala, South Tamil Nadu, North Sri Lanka, Burma and China.
An exceptionally long eclipse of the Sun will be visible from India this Friday, January 15th, and Jay Pasachoff is there ready to file a Lab report and mark a personal milestone: his 50thsolar eclipse.
The eclipse will take place at approx 13.20 hrs Indian Time, The eclipse is viewable for full 10.4 min in India.
This ECLIPSE is called ANNULAR which means enthusiasts still could see SUN outside. Its vouched as second- best eclipse of its kind out of so far experienced solar eclipses. As the duration is also said to be the longest and which won’t be exceeded for 1000 years.
1, Best Place to watch the eclipse of 2010 in India: Dhanushkodi in Pamban Island off Tamil Nadu coast
2,Best Time: 13.20 hrs IST (viewable for full 10.4 min in India)
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