Scientific predictions claim that the world will witness four celestial events in the year 2015, and out of these four, two events are likely to be visible in some parts of India.
As per calculations, the first among these rarest events will begin with a solar eclipse on March 20, 2015. This will be a total solar eclipse, but it will not be visible in India.
The first celestial event which may visible in India will be on April 4, 2015. The day will witness a total lunar eclipse with the earth, sun and moon playing hide and seek.
This event will be visible in certain parts of India, and it is expected to be a real treat for the star gazers in the country. This news has been confirmed by Rajendra Prakash Gupta, the Superintendent of Ujjain’s Jiwaji Observatory.
Rajendra Prakash also told that a partial solar eclipse will occur on September 13, 2015. However, this solar eclipse will not be visible in India.
The last celestial event in 2015 will take place on September 28. The day will witness a total lunar eclipse which may turn out to be visible in India. As per Rajendra Prakash Gupta, this total lunar eclipse is expected to be visible in some parts of Rajasthan and in Western Gujarat.
In the year 2014, four solar events were visible in India, and it includes, a total solar eclipse, a partial solar eclipse and two total lunar eclipses.
Ujjain’s Jiwaji Observatory is more than two centuries old, and the words of its Superintendent are always being given huge value by star gazers.