The year 2019 has started and in the month of the first month two eclipses will occur. Under which, on January 6, the first solar eclipse of the year is occurring, the full moon eclipse is going to take place on January 20-21, but both of these eclipses can not be seen in India. Because there will be daytime in India at the time of lunar eclipse and sunshine will remain there. In such a case, if you want to see the moon eclipse by staying in India, then you will have to wait till July, because in July 16-17, another partial lunar eclipse is going to be seen, which can also be seen in India. In Indian time, you can see the lunar eclipse between 00:13:51 to 05:47:38 in India.
First eclipse of 2019
The first eclipse of the year is going to be on the first Sunday of this month ie 6th January. This will be the first solar eclipse in the year 2019. However, it can not be seen in India, so if you want to see the first solar eclipse of the year, you have to make it for North East Asia and Pacific countries. Meaning you will see solar eclipse in the eastern end of Mongolia, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China and Russia. Apart from this, you will be able to see Eclipse in the western part of America. According to Indian time, it will start at 05.45 am, which will be effective till 09.18 in the morning.
First lunar eclipse of the year
The first lunar eclipse will also occur in January 2019. Although it can not be seen in India, the first lunar eclipse of the year will be seen in the third week of January. According to Indian time, it will start from 09.03 am in the morning, while the end will beat 12:21 min in the afternoon. Due to the time of day, it can not be seen in India.There are two lunar eclipse occurring in 2019, in which the second lunar eclipse will occur on July 16-17, and it will be a partial lunar eclipse visible in India.