Solar Eclipse 2019: Watch how Sun turning into ring of fire; latest visuals of last eclipse of the year
The last solar eclipse of the year or the decade has begun at around 8 am today in various parts of the world. In India, the partial eclipse can be seen from South India. Cities from where the Sun can be seen turning as the ring of fire are Kannur, Kozhikode, Kochi, Coimbatore, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) in Kerala, Ooty, Trichy, Chennai and Mangaluru, Bengaluru and Puducherry. However, in other parts of India, the last eclipse of the decade can see the partial solar eclipse till 1:30 pm.
While the Solar eclipse also called 'Surya graham' will first be viewed from Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.
The solar eclipse’s peak i.e. the moment when the Moon is fully covering the Sun that can be seen at 10:47 am and it will remain till for less than four minutes.
It is the third solar eclipse of the year, people who want to witness the live Surya Grahan, then they can watch the live-streamed on several channels of YouTube.
If you also want to witness the live solar eclipse naked eyes then watch the given below video:
The Slooh.com is live-streaming the solar eclipse with visuals shot from the Middle East and Singapore.
Reportedly, the next solar eclipse will take place in June 2020. There are three types of solar eclipse - total, partial and annular.