From South America to the Pacific, part of the earth is witnessing the magnificent partial eclipse of the sun today. However, India misses out on this cosmic joy as it does not fall in the line of the eclipse. This is the first partial solar eclipse of 2022. Two partial solar eclipses will take place this year. The first will take place today and the second will take place later in October this year.
According to Indian Standard Time, the after-midnight partial solar eclipse begins at 12:15 AM and ends at 4:07 AM. The sun is eclipsed when the moon moves between the sun and earth, causing it to cast a shadow on earth. This shadow blocks the Sun’s visibility from Earth. During today’s event, the Sun will only be partially eclipsed. During a total solar eclipse, the peak casts a diamond ring-like shadow, while today’s celestial phenomenon gives the sun a crescent shape, or appears to be “bitten”.
So where can you see the partial solar eclipse?
https://www.financialexpress.com/lifestyle/science/solar-eclipse-2022-sorry-india-this-galactic-glory-wont-be-visible-in-desi-sky-heres-how-you-can-still-watch-black-moon-phenomenon/2508781/ Solar Eclipse 2022: Sorry India, this galactic splendor will not be visible in desi skies! So you can still observe the Black Moon phenomenon