Days after the rare Total Solar Eclipse witnessed in parts of South America, the world is gearing for another celestial phenomenon, the second lunar eclipse of the year on July 16-17. The eclipse will be visible in much of Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, South/East North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica, NASA projected.

On December 26, the planet will be gearing up for a solar eclipse. This solar eclipse will be the third of the year and will be witnessed in Asia, Eastern part of Europe, North/West Australia, Eastern Africa, Pacific and the Indian Ocean. In India, the celestial development will be visible in the southern part.

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