Solar eclipse on June 10: Indian cities will witness, know everything about eclipse
By Sanjay Maurya
- The ‘ring of fire’ annular eclipse, will occur on June 10th (Today), bringing with it another unique cosmic phenomenon.
- The eclipse would be seen in Arunachal Pradesh shortly before sunset.
- The northern border area of Ladakh might observe the last phase of the partial eclipse for a short time.
Solar eclipse on June 10: Few Indian cities will witness the annular solar eclipse
On May 26, the globe was witness to a rare celestial event: the super blood moon and complete lunar eclipse. The first solar eclipse of 2021, the ‘ring of fire’ annular eclipse, will occur on June 10th (Today), bringing with it another unique cosmic phenomenon.
This uncommon cosmic phenomenon will not be visible in other Indian cities. According to a PTI report, the eclipse would be seen in Arunachal Pradesh shortly before sunset, with only a little portion of the sun obscured by the moon visible low on the horizon. Depending on its location, the eclipse will last about 4 minutes.
According to Debiprasad Duari, Director of M P Birla Planetarium, the northern border area of Ladakh might observe the last phase of the partial eclipse for a short time, as it is at a higher altitude than the eastern part of the country.
The ring of fire eclipse is a rare event in which the moon obscures parts of the sun, creating a cosmic halo around its borders. When the Moon is farthest from the Earth, an annular solar eclipse occurs, and the Moon seems smaller due to the large distance between the two bodies. It does not completely obscure the Sun’s vision, instead of producing a black disc on top of a bigger Sun-colored disc.
A little portion of the solar eclipse would be seen from the vicinity of Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh at roughly 5:52 p.m., according to websites.
Parts of Canada, Greenland, and Russia are among the other places on the planet where the eclipse will be visible. A partial solar eclipse will be visible in parts of Europe, North America, Asia, the Arctic, and the Atlantic. The Moon crosses between the Sun and the Earth, creating a solar eclipse, according to NASA.
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