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The fourth and last "Sun eclipse " of 2019

The last full sun eclipse of the year 2019 is taking place on December 26. The full eclipse can be seen in Europe, Asia (including Pakistan), Australia, Africa, Pacific and Indian Ocean.

The last eclipse of the year 2019 is unique in that regard, it is going to be 118 years later. This eclipse will be a unique eclipse of its kind and the eclipse of this kind will be seen in the year 2102 after 84 years and Eclipse duration will be 12 minutes and 30 seconds.

This eclipse is the fourth eclipse this year. The first eclipse took place on January 6, 2019, which was partial. The second and third full eclipses of the year took place on July 2 and 3.2019.

The following precautions must be taken during eclipse:

  • Do not look at the sun for too long during the eclipse and use a solar filter otherwise it can damage the eyes.
  • Attempts to take selfies during the eclipse can be harmful
  • Instead of ordinary sun glasses, specially designed solar filter glasses should be used to prevent deadly rays.
  • A specially designed filter should also be used for camera lenses.
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  1. Am I expecting it in my world? Certainly, given that I don’t live on Mars! Am I expecting it in my PART of the world? No!

    Incidentally, the advice not to look at the Sun “for too long” is unwise. You should never look at it at all, for any length of time. This also applies during the full eclipse, because the second that the disc of the Moon moves away, a piece of the Sun will shine out and that could do the damage.

    I saw a total eclipse in my own country in 1999. Unfortunately, it was a cloudy day and we only got to see it through a bank of clouds – which actually acted as a perfectly adequate filter.

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