Surya Grahan 2022: This year’s first solar eclipse begins, know where it was visible

Due to the partial solar eclipse of the year, it was not visible in India.

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This first solar eclipse of the year was visible in parts of South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic and South Pole.

The first solar eclipse of the year 2022 (Solar Eclipse, has started. According to Indian time, the solar eclipse started at 12:15 in the night and will be effective for 4:7 in the morning. Due to partial solar eclipse of the year, this India (India)India) did not appear. Also, this solar eclipse is in South America (South America, Parts of the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic and South Pole appeared. A solar eclipse always starts at one place and ends at another place due to the rotation of the earth.

There will be a total of four eclipses in the year 2022. Out of these four eclipses, there are two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses. After the partial solar eclipse on 30 April, the first lunar eclipse of this year will take place on 16 May and this too will not be seen in India. However, this lunar eclipse can be seen in western countries and it will be visible from 7.02 am to 12.20 am.

Second solar eclipse of the year will happen on October 25

At the same time, the second solar eclipse of the year will take place on October 25 and it is also being considered as a partial eclipse and it will also not be visible in India. The solar eclipse will start at 4:29 pm 10 seconds and will be visible till 5:24 minutes and 1 second. This solar eclipse will be visible in South-West Asia, Africa, Europe and Atlantica. At the same time, the second lunar eclipse of the year 2022 will take place on November 8 and it is also being told as a pre-lunar eclipse. This lunar eclipse will be visible from 1.32 pm to 7.27 pm in the afternoon. Its effect will be seen in South America, Atlantic, North America, Asia, South-East Europe, Australia and Indian Ocean including India.

What is the scientific significance of eclipse

Scientifically, any eclipse is an astronomical event. Actually the Earth revolves around the Sun and the Moon revolves around the Earth. While revolving, there comes a time when the Earth, the Sun and the Moon are all in one line. When the Earth is between the Moon and the Sun, the Sun’s light does not reach the Moon and it is called a lunar eclipse. At the same time, when the Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth, then the light of the Sun does not reach the Earth, it is called a solar eclipse. Although religiously, eclipse is seen as an inauspicious event.

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