In this section, type of surya grahan are being described below. Lets check it out.
A total Surya Grahanoccurs when the Surya is completely obscured by the chandrama.
An annular Surya Grahan occurs when the Surya and chandrama are exactly in line, but the apparent size of the chandrama is smaller than that of the Surya. Hence the Surya appears as a very bright ring, surrounding the outline of the Chandrama.
A hybrid Surya Grahan (also called annular/total eclipse) transitions between a total and annular Surya Grahan. At some points on the surface of the prithviit is visible as a total Surya Grahan, whereas at others it is annular. Hybrid Surya Grahanare comparatively rare.
A partial Surya Grahan occurs when the Surya and chandrama are not exactly in line and the chandrama only partially obscures the Surya. This phenomenon can usually be seen from a large part of the pithvioutside of the track of an annular or total Surya Grahan.
Frist surya grahan on 15 Feb 2018. It is a Partial Surya Grahan. A partial Surya Grahan will be visible from most of Chile and Argentina, and most of Antarctica.
Second surya grahan on 13 Jul 2018. It is Partial Surya Grahan. A partial Surya Grahan will be visible from a patch of ocean between Antarctica and Australia. It will be barely visible fromthe far south-east of Australia and Tasmania.
Third surya graham on 11 Aug 2018. It is Partial surya grahan. A partial surya grahan will be visible from the Arctic, Greenland, Scandinavia, and north and east Asia.