The last solar eclipse of the year 2019 began around 8 am on Thursday morning.
People were ready with their special glasses and curious to witness the ‘Ring of Fire’ the last annular solar eclipse of the year 2019.
It was said that several parts of the country, including Odisha, Kerala, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Delhi will witness the phenomenon. But the curiosity was faded as clouds covered the sky of Orange City since Saturday afternoon.The eclipse began at 8:00 am and concluded by 11.08 am. The maximum eclipse was seen at 9.31 am in several parts of the country.
During the solar eclipse, the Moon did not completely cover the Sun and so, the Sun appeared as a ‘Ring of Fire’, a disc with its edges illuminated. People were disappointed as they did not got a chance to see the Ring of Fire.