This is an "annular" solar eclipse, also known as "ring of fire". The annular solar eclipse occurs when the moon covers the sun from its center, leaving its outer edges visible.
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In India, the obscuration of Sun by the Moon at the time of the greatest phase of the annular eclipse will be nearly 93 per cent.Dec 26, 2019, 07:53 AM IST
Last Solar eclipse of 2019 on Thursday: Check out timings in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Varanasi, Guwahati, Bengaluru, Chennai and other parts of India
Considering the Earth as a whole the partial phase of the eclipse will begin at 8 am and the annular phase will begin at 9 am. The annular phase will end at 12.29 pm and the partial phase will end at 1.36 pm.Dec 25, 2019, 23:30 PM IST
During any type of eclipse, there are a few dos and don'ts which most follow.Dec 25, 2019, 11:51 AM IST
An annular eclipse of the sun will occur on December 26, 2019. From India, annular phase will be visible in the morning after sunrise from some places within a narrow corridor of the southern part of the country (parts of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu) and it will be seen as partial solar eclipse from the rest part of the country.Dec 24, 2019, 21:07 PM IST
The last solar eclipse of 2019 will be annular in nature, forming a ring of fire.Dec 24, 2019, 18:24 PM IST