Surya Grahan 2014, 2015, 2016: Solar Eclipse dates in 2014, 2015, 2016

Dates of Solar eclipses, Surya grahan in 2014, 2015, 2016 are listed here. It also gives a glimpse of Surya Grahan or Solar Eclipse in 2014, 2015, 2016. how it occurs, why it occurs, what are the effects of Surya Grahan on zodiac natives or natives of different Rashis.

What is Surya Grahan and when it occurs?

Solar eclipse is a stage in the Suns cycle (solar cycle), where the Moon reaches between the Sun and the Earth. At the moment of solar eclipse the Sun is either partially or completely covered or darkened. Usually, solar eclipse occurs on Amavasya day (New Moon Day).

Effects of Solar Eclipse on Zodiac Natives

The solar eclipse has an awful sight since the ages. Traditionally and scientifically, the Sun is considered as energy provider and the life –giver for the whole universe. When he disappears from the sky, it affects on everything and everybody.

Darkening of the sky in the middle of the day can impact the world very largely. We can see the effect of the surya grahan on the world which may be existed for six months until the next eclipse. An eclipse of sun significantly reduces the cosmic powers and in next solar eclipse that whole energies are restructured.

Astrology tells that solar eclipse shows a falling index or the badly featured expression of the mighty. The results, effects or the impact of the solar eclipse normally depend on the zodiac sign (raasi) in which the eclipse happens. Its results will affect the issues ruled by that particular zodiac sign (raasi) or that zodiacs category. A powerful eclipse of sun (solar eclipse) can enormously ravage the matters related to that zodiac sign.

Solar eclipse predominantly affects men and the public affairs such as politics and foreign relations. Its effect on women will be very negligible. The solar eclipse may bring in prime changes in governing political parties and may shatter the administrative front.

Solar (Sun) Eclipses in 2014, 2015, 2016

29 April 2014 – Annular Solar Eclipse (Kankanakara Surya Grahan)

23 October 2014 – Partial Solar Eclipse (Pakshik Surya Grahan)

20 March 2015 – Total Solar Eclipse (Purna Surya Grahan)

13 September 2015 – Partial Solar Eclipse (Pakshika Suryagrahanam)

9 March 2016 – Total Solar Eclipse (Sampurna Surya Grahan)

1 September 2016 - Annular Solar Eclipse (Kankanakara Surya Grahan)

Solar (Sun) Eclipses – 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013 and Zodiac Sign (Rashi Lagnas):

22nd July, Wednesday, 2009 – Cancer (Karkataka raasi)

15th January, 2010 – Capricorn (Mesha rashi)

11th July, 2010 – Cancer (Karkataka rashi)

4th January, 2011Capricorn (Makara Rashi)

1st June, 2011Gemini (Mithuna raasi)

1st July, 2011Cancer (Karka raasi)

25th November, 2011Sagittarius (Dhanu raasi or Dhanussu Rashi)

20th May, 2012Gemini (Mithuna rashi)

13th November, 2012Scorpio (Vrischik raasi)

10 May 2013

3 November 2013

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  4. The solar eclipse of January 15, 2010 is an annular eclipse of the Sun with a magnitude of 0.9190. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, thereby totally or partially obscuring Earth’s view of the Sun. An annular solar eclipse occurs when the Moon’s apparent diameter is smaller than the Sun, causing the sun to look like an annulus (ring), blocking most of the Sun’s light. An annular eclipse will appear as partial eclipse over a region thousands of miles wide.

    It will be visible as a partial eclipse in much of Africa, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Asia. It will be seen as annular within a narrow stretch of 300 km (190 mi) width across Central Africa, Maldives, South Kerala (India), South Tamil Nadu(India), North Sri Lanka, parts of Burma and parts of China.

    The eclipse starts at Uganda, passes through Nairobi, enters Indian ocean where the greatest eclipse is taking place in mid of Ocean for a maximum of 11 Mins and 7.7 seconds.

    After that enters Maldives, where it would be the longest on land with 10.8 Min of viewing. This makes the tiny islands of Maldives the best spot for viewing this eclipse from land. The annular Eclipse at Male’, the capital city of Maldives starts at 12:20:20 hrs and ends 12:30:06 hrs Maldives local time (GMT+5hrs). This is also the longest duration of any city having an international airport in the eclipse track.[1]

    At approx 13:20 IST, the annular solar eclipse enters India at Thiruvananthapuram(Trivandrum), Kerala and exits India at Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu. The eclipse is viewable for 10.4 minutes in India. After Rameswaram, enters Sri Lanka at Delft Island, exits at Jaffna in Sri Lanka, cross Bay of Bengal and ends in Burma – China border.

    For best viewing of the Eclipse, you need to travel to Maldives, where many International flights land and take off everyday, being a world famous tourist destination. Visa for Maldives is free for 30 days for a tourist entry.

    Thiruvananthapuram city, which is the entry point of the eclipse in India, is equipped with telescopes and announced facilities for the public to view the eclipse.[2] Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, situated in Trivandrum, is analysing the atmospheric-ionospheric parameters during the eclipse.[3] Lot of scientists have camped in the city to witness and study the eclipse.[4]
    Dhanushkodi, which falls on the central line of the Eclipse is a good place to view the eclipse. The northern most limit of shadow in India is Cuddalore, Neyveli, Erode, Kodaikanal, Madurai. Other best locations in Tamil Nadu: Thoothukudi and Cape Comorin which lies 22 km north of Central line. Only means of reaching Dhanushkodi or kodandaramar temple is by ST bus or Auto from Rameswaram and for Dhanushkodi after road’s end it is only by fish carts or 4×4 SUVs. Permission is required for entering Dhanushkodi ruins from the coast guard post as that area is 10 km from Sri Lankan coast. The centre line passes some 2 km east of Kodandaramar Temple. The exact location is between NH end and Dhanushkodi ruins. Dhanushkodi is about 2 km east of the central line. The degree difference is about 0.2 between Central line – Kodandaramar Temple and Dhanushkodi ruins vice versa. Dhanushkodi is about 5 km from Kodandaramar Temple.

    Photographic equipment may allow the planet Venus to be shown about 1.5 degrees west and south of the annular ring of the sun
    [edit] Enthusiasm

    People, especially the sky enthusiasts from entire India are highly enthusiast about the annular eclipse as the last total solar eclipse of July 22, 2009, being visible on Indian soil remained somewhat a frustrating experience for many of them who got clouded out on the eclipse day in Monsoon cloud. The total solar eclipse of August 11, 1999, was also similar negative experience.

    Astronomy clubs from the whole country are gathering in different locations along the shadow track. One section of them, preferring to observe Bailie Beads more are concentrating on the location at the northern limit of the shadow track while the other section is going deep towards the centerline to have better view of the Ring shaped Sun.

    Leave aside the sky watcher’s associations from Bangalore or Chennai, even clubs like SWAN(Sky Watchers Association of North Bengal) from eastern Himalayan region like Darjeeling or North East region are also gathering in Rameswaram.

    Members of SPACE (Science Popularisation Association of Communicators and Educators) and STEPL (Space Technology Education pvt ltd) have planned various observation plans for this eclipse which includes scientific studies as well as watching eclipse for a layman as a curious observer.

    This set of solar eclipses repeat approximately every 177 days and 4 hours at alternating nodes of the moon’s orbit.
    Solar eclipse series sets from 2008–2011 Ascending node

    The metonic series repeats eclipses every 19 years (6939.69 days), lasting about 5 cycles. Eclipses occur in nearly the same calendar date. In addition the octon subseries repeats 1/5 of that or every 3.8 years (1387.94 days).

    This series has 20 eclipse events between June 10, 1964 and August 21, 2036.

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  9. what effect will this solar eclipse on 22 july 2009 have on me.

    my DOB 10 june 1971
    place of birth – Madurai, India
    time of birth – 17:47

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