A total solar eclipse will be visible on December 4th, which will be the years last solar eclipse. The solar eclipse can be seen in the southern tip of South America, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. The full eclipse will begin at 7 a.m.
From Antarctica, a total solar eclipse will be visible on December 4th, which will be the year's last solar eclipse.According to NASA, the astronomical phenomenon will also be seen from a handful of other regions of the globe.The solar eclipse can be seen in the southern tip of South America, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.An interactive map shows the course of the event across Earth's surface.On October 25, 2022, we will see a partial Solar Eclipse.A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Earth and the sun.The Sun is approximately four hundred times larger than the Moon and is also 400 times farther from the Moon.Because of the eclipse, it seems as though both the Sun and the Moon are the same in disk size. The full eclipse will begin at 7 a.m. UTC on December 4, with the average peak peak at 7:33 a.m., and the last one at 08:06 a.m. For Indian time, the solar eclipse begins at 12.30 pm, peaks at 01.03 pm, and ends at 01.36 pm.The solar eclipse will not be visible to everyone in India, but you can watch it online.On December 4, Timeanddate.com will have a live stream link to the solar eclipse so you can watch it online.*Never look directly at a solar eclipse with your eyes. You can also use dark arc-welders glass.*Before utilizing binoculars, telescopes, or cameras, make sure that the lens has a protective solar filter on it.*Put a white sheet of paper on the outside of the box and place it on top of your head.*Sit in the middle of a rectangular longer box with your back toward the Sun. *Keep adjusting your position until you see the eclipsed Sun's projection on the paper inside the container.