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The world will witness the last total solar eclipse of the year, today on Saturday, December 4. The eclipse will be visible prominently in South America, Australia, South Africa and in countries in the Southern Atlantic. According to experts, the solar eclipse will last four hours and eight minutes. According to the scientific community, a solar eclipse happens when the moon moves between the sun and the earth, thereby casting a shadow on the earth as the moon partially or fully blocks the sun’s light. A total solar eclipse is formed when the sun, moon and earth are in a direct line.

According to NASA, the solar eclipse will begin as a partial solar eclipse on December 4 at 5:29 am Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The total solar eclipse will begin at 7:00 am (UTC) and end at 9:37 am (UTC). The last total solar eclipse of the year is being considered to be very special by astrologists as the day is also being observed as Shani Amavasya. The astrologers firmly believe December 4 is a wonderful day because of the coincidence. According to Hindu religious texts, Shani Dev is the son of God Surya and if both the planets sun and Saturn are pleased the time and day turns to be auspicious.

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A total solar eclipse from Union Glacier in Antarctica, on December 4, 2021. (Image: AFP)
Another beautiful of Solar eclipse in this photo released by the Chilean Air Force from Union Glacier in Antarctica, on December 4. (Image AFP)

According to astrologers, as we witness a solar eclipse on Shani Amavasya, one should make offerings both to Shani Dev and God Surya. As per astrologers, people suffering due to the influence of Saturn in their horoscope should make offerings to Shani Dev. On performing the rituals accordingly, all our wishes are fulfilled. Astrologers also state that total solar eclipses impact all zodiac signs so every person should do charity and worship during this time to please the Sun God.

Let’s see how the upcoming solar eclipse will affect all the 12 zodiac signs:

ARIES (MARCH 21- APRIL 19)

Those whose zodiac sign is Aries needs to be cautious about their health. The upcoming solar eclipse may affect their health adversely.

TAURUS (APRIL 20- MAY 20)

The last solar eclipse of the year 2021 is expected to be auspicious for Taurus. The phenomenon is likely to be beneficial for businessmen.

GEMINI (MAY 21- JUNE 20)

Gemini may have good news as any of their wishes will be fulfilled during this period. Some old disputes will also be solved.

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CANCER (JUNE 21- JULY 22)

Cancer should be careful while speaking otherwise they may have a fight with friends or close ones. You may also be worried about your child’s problem.

LEO (JULY 23- AUGUST 23)

This eclipse is expected to be auspicious for Leo. They may receive some good news. The problem that has been troubling for a long time will also get solved.

VIRGO (AUGUST 23- SEPTEMBER 22)

The natural event is also likely to be auspicious for the people of the Virgo zodiac. They will feel courageous and confident. Their status in society will also increase.

LIBRA (SEPTEMBER 23- OCTOBER 22)

Like Cancer, Libra too is advised to control their speech or else they would end up in a fight or verbal spat. The feeling of stress and tension would also affect your mental peace.

SCORPIO (OCTOBER 23- NOVEMBER 21)

This solar eclipse will bring ups and downs for Scorpio. The things will not work as per their plan which can increase their problems. They are also advised to take care of their health.

SAGITTARIUS (NOVEMBER 22- DECEMBER…



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