New Delhi. The country witnessed the much awaited solar eclipse on Sunday. However it wasn’t visible at many places due to clouds initially but later the residents of Delhi could see it, although it was partial in the city. However at many places people could see the full annular eclipse.
Delhi’s Nehru Planetarium did a live broadcasting of the solar eclipse of various countries. Its director DR N Ratnashree said that the people had to wait to see the eclipse due to clouds but in many places of Delhi, it was visible and people saw it from parks. Many people have shared pictures on social media which shows their excitement. Delhi had a 95 per cent visibility.
The annual eclipse was visible at Sirsa, Jakhal, Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar, Dehradun, Tapovan, Joshimath,Anupgarh and Suratgarh, whereas other places witnessed it partially. In the full eclipse the sun was seen as a fire ring, and darkness covered the places. Starting from 9:15 am to 3:04 pm, the eclipse started from Dwarka, Gujrat and ended in Dibrugarh, Assam.