The month of December is all set to witness the concluding eclipse of the year 2021. After a series of a solar and two lunar eclipse, its time for second solar eclipse.
As the Moon reached Perigee and is too large, the event takes the form of Total Solar Eclipse. However, it is equally tough to witness the eclipse as travelling to Antarctica, where it is visible. It will not be visible in India and Nepal at all.
It is a fact that an eclipse is never alone. and thus we witnessed a lunar eclipse on 19th November.
Its a solar total eclipse, but this amazing celestial event will not be seen from Nepal and India.
Here are some fact sheet of the upcoming eclipse;
|Type of Eclipse||Total Solar Eclipse|
|Eclipse Date||4th December 2021|
|Eclipse Times||11:00 AM – 3:07 PM (IST)|
|Duration of Eclipse||4 Hours 8 Minutes|
|Previous Eclipse||Lunar eclipse on 19th November 2021|
|Next Eclipse||Solar on 22 April 2022|
|Visibility in Nepal||No|
|Visibility in India||Not Visible|
|Sutak applicable or not||Not applicable|
|Where will the eclipse be seen?||Only Antarctica will witness the Total eclipse|
Southernmost locations will have partial eclipse like
Australia, Africa wtc
|Live stream||NASA’s Youtube channel|
Despite the visibility of eclipse from major portion of planet Earth, NASA has made it easy to witness online and enjoy the astrological phenomenon.