Solar eclipse today: How to see it and what is its significance

The next Solar Eclipse will be visible in June and December of 2021.

This will be the last Total Solar Eclipse of 2020
It will be visible mostly from South America and some parts of AntarcticaYou can catch the live stream of the eclipse at NASA TV

The last Solar Eclipse or Surya Grahan of 2020 will be visible today i.e. Monday in mostly southern South America and south-west Africa. Solar eclipses occur when the moon comes between the Earth and the Sun, and the Moon casts a shadow over Earth. This will be a Total Solar Eclipse where the Moon blocks the Sun completely.

What is the significance of Solar Eclipse?
Solar Eclipse takes place approximately 2 to 5 times every year because the Moon’s orbit is tilted with respect to the sun and does not always align with the Sun. There are usually only two solar eclipses in a year, and it is a pretty magnificent sight that sky-gazers might not want to miss.

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