Total Solar Eclipse Today: NASA Live Telecast from 10:30 PM IST

Today marks the much-anticipated occurrence of a total solar eclipse, captivating skywatchers worldwide. Scheduled to unfold from 11:42 am to 4:52 pm Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), or from 9:13 pm to 2:22 am Indian Standard Time (IST), the celestial spectacle will enrapture viewers in the US, Mexico, and Canada. During a total solar eclipse, the Moon aligns perfectly between the Earth and the Sun, obscuring the Sun entirely from view. Notably, the total eclipse phase will span approximately 4 minutes and 28 seconds, commencing at 11:47 pm IST from the town of Nazas, Mexico. To offer audiences an immersive experience, NASA will broadcast the event live starting from 10:30 PM IST, allowing enthusiasts to witness the celestial phenomenon firsthand. While the total eclipse will not be visible from Asian countries like India, regions including Colombia, Venezuela, western Britain, Portugal, and Iceland will witness a partial solar eclipse, adding to the celestial intrigue.

Looking ahead, sky gazers can mark their calendars for the next total solar eclipse slated for August 12, 2026. This upcoming event will offer a breathtaking celestial display visible from Greenland, Iceland, Portugal, Russia, and Spain, captivating audiences with its awe-inspiring spectacle of nature’s grandeur.

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