Solar eclipse 2021:- Know the date, timings and how to watch live streaming of the celestial event

 Last solar eclipse of this year will be observed on December 4, which will last for 4 hours and 8 minutes. It can be seen from the South America, Australia, South Africa, Southern Atlantic except Antarctica.

Solar eclipse will begin from 12:30 pm IST and will reach at its peak at 1:03 pm
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The last solar eclipse of this year will be seen on December 4, 2021. It will be a total solar eclipse. First solar eclipse (partial) of this year was witnessed on June 10, 2021.

A solar eclipse is a situation when the earth, the sun and the moon all align in a straight line. The moon comes in between the sun and the earth and it blocks the light of the sun to reach at the earth.

Total Solar eclipse 2021:- Timings

Last solar eclipse of this year will be observed on December 4, which will last for 4 hours and 8 minutes. It will begin from 12:30 pm IST and will reach at its peak at 1:03 pm. It will be preceded and followed by partial solar eclipse, the first of which will start from 10:59 am and will last until 12:30 pm IST and the second will be beginning from 1:33 pm and will end at 3:07 pm.

Solar eclipse 2021:- In which countries it can be witnessed?

This Solar eclipse will not be visible from India. It can be seen from the South America, Australia, South Africa and the countries of Southern Atlantic except Antarctica.

Solar eclipse 2021:- How to watch live streaming of the celestial event?

If this solar eclipse is not visible in your country then you can watch the live streaming. The live streaming of the celestial event can be watched on the NASA’s official website and on the NASA’s Youtube channel. NASA will live stream it from Union Glacier Antarctica.

Solar eclipse 2021:- Do’s and Don’ts during the solar eclipse

An eclipses have long been associated with the spirituality of several religions. At some places, people don’t eat and drink anything during the eclipse period. Places of worship are kept closed and the pregnant women are prohibited to go outside during the eclipse. People also take bath in holy rivers.

An eclipse should not be seen with the naked eyes because the UV and IR rays releasing during this period can harm the cornea of an eyes and adversely affect the health.

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