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Total Solar Eclipse 2020: Know About The Last Eclipse Of The Year

On 14 December 2020, we are going to witness the last solar eclipse of the year. This is going to be the total solar eclipse. As we know a total solar eclipse takes place when the moon comes in between the sun and earth, thereby, blocking almost all the rays from the sun.

If you happen to see the total solar eclipse, you will find that the moon seems to be blocking the sun completely. In order to jog your memories, we would like you to know that the first solar eclipse of the year 2020 took place on 21 June 2020. However, the first eclipse of the year 2020 occured on 10 January 2020 which was a lunar eclipse.

Today we are going to tell you about the last solar eclipse of this year in detail. Scroll down the article to read more.

Date And Timing Of Solar Eclipse

As per the Indian timings, the solar eclipse will take place on 14 December 2020 at 07:03 pm. The eclipse will end completely at 12:23 am on 15 December 2020 while the eclipse will be at its max at 09:43 pm on 14 December 2020.

Places Where The Solar Eclipse Can Be Seen

The solar eclipse will be fairly visible in Chile and Argentina. It will also be visible in the southern parts of South America and South-West Africa. Whereas in Antarctica, the eclipse will seem to be partial. Talking of India the astronomy enthusiasts and other people may not be able to see this eclipse due to the fact that the eclipse won't be taking place during the day time.