Mangaluru: On the occasion of a Solar Eclipse visible from different parts of the world, on Tuesday 25-10-2022, Partial Solar Eclipse will be visible from India. This phenomenon will be visible from 5:09 pm to 6:06 pm in and around Mangalore with a maximum obscuration of 10.9%.
For the easy and safe viewing of the eclipse, arrangements for the open public is been made in association with Yenepoya Deemed to be University on the 6th floor of Yenepoya Institute of Arts, Commerce, Science and Management (Yenepoya Degree College) located at Balmatta.
This was told by Mr Rohith Rao and Dr Sangeethalaxmi M J of Amateur Astronomers Association, Mangalore.
To avoid direct viewing of the eclipse, the telescopic view of the eclipsed sun will be projected to a screen and ISO-certified Solar Eclipse Goggles will be provided by the organisers for outdoor viewing. Safe and ISO-certified Solar Eclipse Goggles can be collected in advance from Dr Sangeethalaxmi (Ph: 9448790070).
All enthusiasts interested in viewing the Partial Solar Eclipse are invited to participate.