Why only in limited geographical regions of the Earth does solar eclipse achieve totality?

Options :
  1. Because the trajectories of the Earth around the Sun and the Moon around the Earth are not perfect circles.
  2. Because the size of the shadow of the Moon on the Earth is small compared to the cross-section of the Earth.
  3. Because Sun rays can reach most of the peripheral regions of the shadow of the Moon due to atmospheric refraction.
  4. Because the Earth is not a smooth flat surface, but has elevations and depressions.
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 2


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