Hyderabadis witness solar eclipse with exhilaration

HYDERABAD: Hyderabadis have been able to get a glimpse of the partial solar eclipse in the city on Tuesday, due to clear skies. The eclipse become seen from 4.fifty nine pm until sundown.

The Birla Planetarium in the heart of the city was filled with sky gazers, and there have been particular arrangements made there for the aficionados to view the celestial spectacle. There was a palpable experience of excitement as throngs of families with children flocked to the planetarium to witness the solar eclipse.

college from the astronomy branch at Osmania college (OU) followed the eclipse and captured it on digital camera using a phone hidden in the back of a six-inch Celestron telescope with a impartial density filter.

The next celestial adventure that Hyderabad residents can view is a lunar eclipse on November 7–8, while the next photo voltaic eclipse might not turn up until 2024, in line with the branch's affiliate professor Dr. D. Shanti Priya. in accordance with her, the establishment plans to work with an OU alumnus to broadcast the eclipse of 2024 live because it is observed through a telescope within the US.


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