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1. The solar eclipse on July 22,2009 is the longest total solar eclipse in the 21st century, and will not be surpassed in duration until June 13, 2132. The moon's umbra travels along a track that is about 15,150 km (about 9414 miles) long and covers 0.71 percent of the Earth’s surface area over a course of three hours and 25 minutes. The eclipse’s maximum duration of totality is six minutes and 39 seconds. According to NASA, the path of the moon's umbral shadow begins in India and crosses through Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and China before curving south across the Pacific Ocean. A partial eclipse is seen within the much broader path of the moon's penumbral (partially shaded outer region) shadow, which includes most of eastern Asia, Indonesia, and the Pacific Ocean.
2. Whenever partial eclipse appear in Antarctica, The south pole witnesses a annular or total solar eclipse, sometimes.
3. The Total Solar eclipse is witnessed more than a Partial Solar eclipse.
4. During a Total Lunar eclipse, the moon is called "Blood moon" because when moon is fully eclipsed, it turns red.