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Total Solar Eclipse 2017: Know when and where you can see 'Ring of Fire'

The Ring Of Fire Occurs When The Moon Is Able To Successfully Place Its Shadow Successfully Over Earth.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Rahul Mishra | Updated on: 26 Feb 2017, 06:11:15 PM
Annual Solar eclipse (File photo)

New Delhi:

The Annual solar eclipse is occuring on Sunday and people are waiting for it with bated breath. The Ring of Fire occurs when the moon is able to successfully place its shadow successfully over Earth. 

According to the people of India this is not taken as a natural phenomenon but in fact it is considered as a supernatural event.

According to Researchers it is believed that a new moon aligns itself in a way so as to eclipse the sun at least twice in a year. The Data provided shows that among all solar eclipses, almost 28 percent are total; 35 percent are partial; 32 percent annular, and just 5 percent are hybrids.

Also Read: ‘Ring of fire’: Know when and where can you see Annular Solar Eclipse

As per sources, partial eclipse can be seen from 5:40 PM in the evening on Sunday and the maximum eclipse by approximately on 8:28 PM on Sunday night. 

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First Published : 26 Feb 2017, 05:42:00 PM