The information about the complete solar eclipse can now be restricted to textbooks, Google, because in the year 2114, only about a hundred years later, the complete solar eclipse can be seen in India.
It will be a celestial event in India on March 20, 2034, but it can be seen only in the remote mountains of Kargil. This information was given in Bhopal’s National Award for Science Research, Sarika Gharu, in a chat with Hindustan news on Sunday.
She said that the full solar eclipse on July 2 this year will be visible only in South America, the Pacific Ocean, and South Central America and Argentina. It can not be seen in India, because it will start at 10.25 pm Indian time ends at 3.21 pm.
Sarika said that this astronomical phenomenon of the solar eclipse occurring in the same straight line of the Sun, Moon, and Earth, is of four types, from which the solar eclipse is asymptomatic, cylindrical, full and hybrid type.
She said that 11 thousand 808 solar eclipations have occurred in the last five thousand years, of which partial eclipse is about 35 percent, conifer 33 percent, full solar eclipse 27 percent and hybrid about 5 percent.
Sarika said that at least two and a maximum of five solar eclipses happened in one year. On December 26, 2019, the pebbled solar eclipse will be enjoyed in the north of Coimbatore, Madurai but will have to wait long for the complete solar eclipse.
the complete solar eclipse will occur on March 20, 2023, which can be seen in the hilly parts of Kargil and Himachal Pradesh. After this, the solar eclipse falling on June 3, 2114, will be enjoyed in the plains of the country in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar, and West Bengal.