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Solar eclipse 2022: Date, Time, How to watch
Partially eclipsed solar rays can be seen from Europe, the Urals and Western Siberia, Central Asia, and Western Asia, as well as the north-eastern portion of Africa.
Most of India will be able to see at least a fraction of the eclipse on the day.
The partial solar eclipse will begin from 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm on October 25.
The maximal portion of the eclipse will happen around 4:30 pm.
The partial solar eclipse will end at around 6.32 pm.
80 per cent of the sun will be eclipsed in Russia and 70 per cent in China.
The portion of the sun eclipsed drops to 63 per cent in Norway, and 62 per cent in Finland.
It is advised to use protective eyeglasses, binoculars, a box projector, or a telescope to watch the eclipse.
Looking directly at the sun during an eclipse can lead to blindness in a condition called solar retinopathy.
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