The Solar Eclipse and Its Fine Balance

Solar Eclipse

Solar Eclipse, If the Moon had a circular orbit, a little closer to the Earth, & in the same orbital plane, there would have been a Total Solar Eclipse every month.


A heavenly spectacle happening every 6585.32 days, lasting up to 7.5 seconds, can be seen along a track 300 km wide but cannot be observed with the naked eye.

A solar eclipse is a celestial event that takes place when the moon gets in between the earth and the sun. This event has always caught the attention of mankind since the beginning of time and has always been a matter to ponder upon. Continue reading