An official of the Jiwaji Observatory in Ujjain said a partial lunar eclipse will be visible in July and a total solar eclipse in December.
Indore: Astronomy enthusiasts and skygazers will be able to watch five eclipses in 2019, two of which will be visible in India.
It will start with a partial solar eclipse on January 6, though it will not be visible in India, Dr Rajendraprakash Gupt, Superintendent of the Ujjain-based Jiwaji Observatory, told PTI.
On January 21, a total lunar eclipse will take place which too would not be visible in India as it would be daytime here, he informed.
Similarly, a total solar eclipse that will occur on July 2-3 will not be visible in India as it would be night here, Dr Gupt said.
A partial lunar eclipse set to take place on July 16-17 will be visible in India as well as an annular (ring-shaped) solar eclipse on December 26, he said.
He said that five eclipses were seen in 2018, two of which were total lunar eclipses and three were partial solar eclipses. – PTI