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Solar eclipse visible for about two hours in city

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BANGALORE: Only a partial solar eclipse will be visible in the city between 4.22 p.m. and 6.08 p.m. on Monday, although the eclipse could be seen between 1.05 p.m. and 6.58 p.m. in many other parts of the country. According to the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium officials here, Monday's eclipse will be an annular one where the moon will not completely eclipse the sun. The sun will set in the eclipse state in Bangalore. The partial eclipse could be seen for about two hours in the city. In India, the beginning phase of the eclipse will be visible from the Eastern parts and the ending of the partial phase from all over India except the Western parts, where the moon rises only after the eclipse ends. The beginning phase can be seen at Agartala, Shillong and Darjeeling.

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