Tamil Nadu Solar Eclipse Time in January 2010 – Chennai Surya Grahanam January 15

The partial solar eclipse, Surya Grahanam, taking place on January 15, 2010 will have its maximum duration in parts of Tamil Nadu, Chennai and Pondicherry (Puduchery). The time of the partial eclipse is from 11:25:32 AM to 03:15:13 PM in Chennai. The eclipse will be maximum or it will be an Annular Eclipse in Kannyakumari, Dhanushkodi, Rameshwaram, Nagercoil, Tirunelveli, Palayamkottai and Tuticorin (Toothukudi). The eclipse will next prominent in areas like Madurai, Thanjavur, Kumbakonam and nearby other regions.

What is an annular Eclipse?

An annular eclipse happens when the sun is visible like a ring of fire, with the moon darkening the center of the sun.

Kannyakumari Solar Eclipse Time on January 15, 2010

The Eclipse begins at 11:06:11 hrs
Maximum Visibility at 13:15:18 hrs
Ring of fire or Annular Eclipse will be visible from 13:10:12 to 13:20:23 hrs.
The Eclipse ends at 15:05:48.

Rameshwaram Solar Eclipse Time on January 15, 2010

The Eclipse begins at 11:14:45 hrs
Maximum Visibility at 13:22:20 hrs
Ring of fire or Annular Eclipse will be visible from 13:17:13 hrs to 13:27:25 hrs.
The Eclipse ends at 15:09:57 hrs.

Madurai Solar Eclipse Time on January 15, 2010

The Eclipse begins at 11:12:01 hrs
Maximum Visibility at 13:20:14 hrs
Ring of fire or Annular Eclipse will be visible from 13:18:32 hrs to 13:21:57 hrs.
The Eclipse ends at 15:09:03 hrs.

The Surya Grahanam will be taking place on Thai Amavasi day when the Nakshatra is Uttarashadha or Uttiradham and the Rashi is Makara Raasi.

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