Kochi: The last solar eclipse of 2022 will be visible today evening. A partial eclipse can be seen in India. 51% of the solar image will be hidden in Jalandhar. 43.8 percent of the eclipse will be visible in the national capital, Delhi. Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat will also be able to see the eclipse in a better way.
24 percent will be seen in Mumbai. But in Kerala, only less than 10 percent of solar eclipse will be covered. The eclipse will start in Kerala at 5.52 pm. 7.5 percent of the eclipse will be visible in Kozhikode and 2.7 percent in Thiruvananthapuram. Apart from India, the eclipse will be visible in Europe, North Eastern parts of Africa and West Asia. The next solar eclipse in the country will be visible only on August 2, 2027. The first solar eclipse of the year was on April 30.
A solar eclipse is a phenomenon in which the Sun is partially or completely covered when the Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth. A solar eclipse will take place when the Sun and the Moon are in a straight line as seen from Earth.