Several parts of the world, including India, will witness the rare celestial phenomena known as Annular or Ring solar eclipse today. Along with that, some parts of the world will witness the partial solar eclipse. There will be a few minutes of difference between the two phenomena.
According to Debiprasad Duari, Director of Kolkata’s M P Birla Planetarium, the trajectory of the eclipse won’t be visible from most parts of India except the NorthEastern extremes in Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh.
The eclipse will start at 01:42 pm IST and will end at 06:41 pm IST
But if you are in a region where the solar eclipse is not visible, here is how you can watch it online.
If you want to watch the entire phenomenon and do not live in the region that lies in the eclipse trajectory, then the only way to do it is through live streaming. Also, watching solar eclipse with bare eyes without any precaution can cause some serious damage.
To watch it online, there are several YouTube channels of observatories that live stream the entire phenomenon. However, NASA will also live stream the entire phenomena. You can watch it by visiting https://www.nasa.gov/nasalive or via Timeanddate.com website.
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