Monday, 3 June 2019

Find out how this effect will affect the first full-moon of this year, just after one month of solar eclipse

The whole world is going to witness the solar eclipse once again in 2019. The date is July 2. The full moon sun will take 4 minutes to 33 seconds. Earlier, the solar eclipse was taken in August 2017. The sun will take twice that time. The opportunity for those who could not see the solar eclipse in August 2017 Because only two minutes 40 seconds were taken. Now it's going to rise to 4 minutes and 33 seconds.

The first full moon of the year is the solar eclipse
This year's first full moon sun exposure can be seen first in New Zealand. Apart from countries like Chile and Argentina, they can be seen very well. Depending on which country you are in, you will be able to see how well you accept the sun.

Where can I see it
Now the incident is that this full moon solar eclipse can be seen from India? According to the time, this solar eclipse can be seen mainly from coastal countries of the Pacific Ocean. This can be seen in some countries along the Atlantic Ocean coast. As a result, it will be better seen in the southern hemisphere.

What can be seen from India
As per the time of acceptance there will be night in India, so it can not be seen directly from India or Asia. But this is not the end, in December next year in December 2020, the full moon sun is going again. And from next year India can be seen in the solar eclipse. So this year, people who can not accept India, they will have to look forward to next year.

In this case, it is good to say that from the very end of the earth you will see the eclipse, in any case, which should not be seen in the naked eye. There is a possibility of a bad eye. All glasses or sunglasses used to take them have to be used. If you do not use appropriate sunglasses the eyes are likely to get worse.

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