An eclipse was regarded as a bad omen in the ancient history but modern astrologers suggest that the impact depends on the position of the planet and zodiac sign.
A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth. This year, NASA has recorded at least 4 eclipses happening as Annular Solar Eclipse, Partial Lunar Eclipse, Total Solar Eclipse and Total Lunar Eclipse. These were predicted eclipses happening in different dates within this year.
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Annular Solar eclipse occurs when the moon is closer to its maximum from Earth in its orbit. If this eclipse happens, the moon will appear visually smaller than the Sun and its shadow cast will not be long enough to reach Earth. The Annular solar Eclipses are such a spectacular in that they are almost like a Total Solar Eclipse.
For the Lunar Eclipse, the sun casts Earth’s shadow onto the moon. And in order for this to happen the Earth must be physically between the sun and the moon with all three bodies lying on the same planet of orbit.
A Solar Eclipse is when the moon is in between the sun and earth and when there is a new moon, this happens when the orbits of the earth and moon cross. An Eclipse is said to occur between the sun or moon, earth and planet. Occultation is what we call when an eclipse of a planet is made possible by the moon.
These movements has an impact on Astrology, the sun, moon and the earth involved in the celestial activity is all being interpreted by our Astrologers. Astrologers can often offer detailed predictions of the potential effects of an eclipse by determining the position of the planets and zodiac sign.
Source : Astrological Events