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How many Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse in 2024 Will be seen in India details

How many Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse in 2024 Will be seen in India details
Written by Manoj Kadam
How many Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse in 2024 Will be seen in India details

How many Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse in 2024 Will be seen in India details

Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse 2024: If you are interested in the events happening in the sky, then this year is going to be special. The world will see two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses this year. Solar eclipse is a situation when the Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth. Due to this, the image of the Sun is covered behind the Moon for some time, this is called solar eclipse. At the same time, in a lunar eclipse, the Moon comes under the Earth's shadow just behind it. We are telling you when the solar eclipse and lunar eclipse will occur this year. Can it be seen in India? Let us know.

solar eclipse 2024

The first solar eclipse of the year 2024 will take place on April 8. This will be a total solar eclipse, starting over the southern Pacific Ocean. It will pass through North America and Mexico and reach Canada. It will also be partially visible in countries like Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, French Polynesia and Jamaica. This solar eclipse will not be visible in India because it will be night here.

The second solar eclipse of the year 2024 will take place on October 2, the day of Gandhi Jayanti. It will be an Annular Solar Eclipse, in which the Ring of Fire will also be visible. This solar eclipse will be visible in South American countries like Argentina and Chile. It will also be partially visible in South America, Antarctica and the Pacific Ocean. This solar eclipse will not be visible in India because it will be night here.

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lunar eclipse 2024

The first lunar eclipse of the year 2024 will be visible on March 25. This will be a penumbral lunar eclipse. In such an eclipse, the Moon passes through an outer area of ​​the Earth's shadow called the penumbra. This lunar eclipse will be visible in Europe, Australia, Africa, North-East Asia, North America, South America etc. This will not be visible in India.

The second lunar eclipse of this year will take place on September 18. This will be a partial lunar eclipse. It can be seen in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, North/Western America, North Eastern South America etc. However, this will not be visible in India.

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