The solar eclipses can be divided into three categories – total, partial, and annular. A total solar eclipse is witnessed when the moon passes between the Earth and the Sun. In a partial eclipse, the moon covers a part of the Sun and makes the leftover Sun visible. Lastly, during an annular solar eclipse, the Moon covers the Sun fully, but due to its relatively small size, the out ring of the Sun is completely visible to the people.
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According to NASA, the Moon will block 99.4 percent of the Sun at its peak and will be visible very well from Northern India.
This year we will witness three more eclipses – the first two are lunar eclipse in July and November and the third one will be a solar eclipse in December.
Are there any other solar eclipses in 2020?
The year 2020 will witness two solar eclipses. The first one will be witnessed on June 21, while the next one will be witnessed on December 14.
How many eclipses will there be in 2020?
The year 2020 has 6 eclipses, 2 solar eclipses, and 4 lunar eclipses.
Source: India TV News