Total Solar Eclipse won't be visible in India, but you can watch live stream here

The Total Solar Eclipse today will not be visible from the Indian subcontinent, but enthusiasts can live stream the celestial phenomenon.
Total Solar Eclipse won't be visible in India, but you can watch live stream here
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The Total Solar Eclipse on Monday, which is set to make the daytime sun go dark, will not be visible from the Indian subcontinent as the region is located outside the path of totality. But enthusiasts in India can witness the celestial phenomenon on a Nasa live stream set to begin at 10.30 pm IST.

An estimated 31.6 million people are expected to witness Monday's event, which will commence in the US state of Texas at 11.57 pm IST on Monday and conclude in Maine at 1.05 am on Tuesday.

The event will trace a path of totality via several other US states, including Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire.

Meanwhile, parts of Mexico and Canada will also witness the Total Solar Eclipse.

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Total Solar Eclipse won't be visible in India, but you can watch live stream here

During the 2031 eclipse, the Moon will cover approximately 28.87 per cent of the Sun as it passes between the Earth and the Sun.

Source: India Today

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