Last solar eclipse of 2022: As India and other places in the world gear up to witness a partial solar eclipse on October 25.
The puja inside the temple will be performed after the eclipse is over in the evening. The Doors of Kedarnath and Badrinath temples remain closed today due to the solar eclipse.
In connection with #SuryaGrahanam #SolarEclipse today, the Srisailam temple doors was closed at 6am and both the temples will re-opened at 6.30pm, after carrying out Suddhi rituals, devotees will allowed by 8.00pm. #Srisailam #SrisailamTemple#SolarEclipse2022 #AndhraPradesh pic.twitter.com/sdcubLTGd9
— Surya Reddy (@jsuryareddy) October 25, 2022
The partial solar eclipse begins in India by 4:10 PM. It’s going to be a sunset eclipse. Easy to see as the sun will be near the horizon. Pollution & atmosphere generally makes the sun or moon appear a little darker and easy to see.
People living on the west coast of India will see the moon partially covering the sun just before it drowns into the sea! Something like this.
“The sun and the moon do not eclipse because of the death of someone from the people, but they are two signs amongst the signs of Allah. When you see them, stand up and pray”
The Solar Eclipse today will be visible to most of India except the North Eastern region.
It will last 1 hour 45 mins though southern states will witness it for less than an hour.
The eclipse will begin in India before sunset, according to the Ministry of Earth Science.
We’ve got a partial #SolarEclipse to look forward to this morning. 🌘
It’s not a biggy, about 10-30% of the sun will be nibbled away depending on where you are, but it’s still pretty cool… pic.twitter.com/k32inzdykn
— Simon King (@SimonOKing) October 25, 2022
Safe to watch the solar eclipse with sunglasses? Here’s what NASA says
NASA says that other than when the moon completely blocks the Sun in a total eclipse, it can be dangerous to look directly at the Sun and recommends using specialized eye protection for solar viewing.
If you are pregnant, should you not watch an eclipse because it can harm your baby?
It is a myth that solar eclipse affects pregnant women. This is an entirely harmless effect and would not harm you. if you are pregnant, the developing fetus,” NASA reveals.