A total eclipse of the sun will occur on Monday, Agencies report. It will start at 9:47pm and will end on Tuesday at 3:4:18am. The central eclipse will begin at 10:49:6pm on Monday and will end at 2:2:6am on Tuesday, said an ISPR release on Saturday.
The greatest eclipse will occur at 12:25:30am on Tuesday. However, the eclipse will not be visible in Bangladesh. The eclipse will start at 5:34:31am LMT on Monday at Northwest of Hawaii Island of the USA in the North Pacific Ocean and will end at 6:4:23pm at Northeast of Braganca Para of Brazil in the North Atlantic Ocean on the day.
The central eclipse will begin at 5:22:44am LMT on Monday at Northeast of Midway Atoll of the USA in the North Pacific Ocean and will end at 6:12:18pm at Southwest of Cabo Verde Island of Senegal in the North Atlantic Ocean on the day.
The greatest eclipse will occur at 12:34:47pm on Monday at Southeast of Shawnee National Forest of Kentucky in the USA. The highest magnitude of the total eclipse will be 1.030 and duration of the eclipse will be two minutes and 36 seconds at this place.