There will four eclipses in 2021, including one total solar eclipse and one total lunar eclipse, but only two will be visible from India,...Read More
This comet was first spotted in satellite data by Worachate Boonplod on the NASA-funded Sungrazer Project
By FPJ Web Desk
This Surya Grahan will be a total solar eclipse. A Total Solar Eclipse occurs when the Moon blocks the Sun completely, while a partial ec...Read More
By FPJ Features Desk
A solar eclipse happens when the Moon comes in between the Earth and the Sun.
US space agency NASA will provide a live link for people to watch the Solar Eclipse from anywhere in the world.
The world on Sunday witnessed annual solar eclipse or 'surya grahan' 2020, the third eclipse even for this year after first two lunar ecl...Read More
India on Sunday witnessed annual solar eclipse or 'surya grahan' 2020, the third eclipse even for this year after first two lunar eclipse...Read More
By V G Shanbhag
Timings for the Solar Eclipse on 21 June 2020:वेध / सुतक- starts at 10.01 pm on Saturday 20 June 2020. Actual Eclipse - starts at 10.01am...Read More
By FPJ Spirituality
On June 21, star gazers in India are in for a treat as they will get a chance to get a glimpse of the first solar eclipse, Surya Grahan, ...Read More
The first solar eclipse, also known as Surya Grahan, of 2020 will take place on June 21. This will be an annular solar eclipse, during wh...Read More
The decade first solar eclipse can be witnessed on June 21, 2020, from India, parts of Europe, Asia, north of Australia, Africa, Pacific ...Read More
The corona is most easily seen during a total solar eclipse -- when the Moon is directly between the Earth and the Sun, blocking the brig...Read More
By Shankar Raj
Orthopaedic surgeons and skin specialists have come forward to treat these children.
Earlier, a user had commented on Modi's picture: "This is becoming a meme". To which the Prime Minister responded: "Most welcome...enjoy:)"
Picture of PM Modi viewing the solar eclipse featured luxury frames by Maybach
By Staff Reporter
The celestial delight will begin at around 8 am and last for six hours, ending shortly after 1:30 pm.
By Sonali Pimputkar
Eclipses, be it solar and lunar, have always fascinated people for centuries. In ancient times, eclipses were seen as something to be fea...Read More
By Priyanka Vartak
Millions of Americans gasped and groaned Monday as the first coast to coast total solar eclipse in 99 years zoomed across the country, da...Read More
By FPJ Bureau
Marathi, Bollywood or Hollywood films, Govind Namdev leaves his mark on all. The versatile actor in an exclusive interview with Free Pres...Read More