Surya Grahan 2021: The first solar eclipse of this year will have to start on 10th June 2021, on Thursday, at 1:42 pm. Which will end at 6.41 pm in the evening. This will be an annular solar eclipse. According to the Hindu calendar, this solar eclipse will take place on the new moon of Jyeshtha month in Taurus and Mrigashira constellation. Incidentally, this day is also Vat Savitri Vrat and Shani Jayanti. This coincidence is being made after 148 years that solar eclipse is going to take place on Shani Jayanti.
Solar Eclipse What is?
A solar eclipse is an astronomical event in scientific view. This phenomenon occurs when the Sun, Moon and Earth come in a straight line. This solar eclipse this time will be an annular total solar eclipse. In this, the shadow of the Moon will fall on the Sun in such a way that the middle part of the Sun will be completely covered, but the outer part of the Sun will appear to be illuminated in the shape of a ring.
India of In states from visible will give this Solar Eclipse
This solar eclipse will be visible from only two states of India – Arunachal Pradesh and only parts of Ladakh. In these parts, this solar eclipse can be seen just before sunset.
This first solar eclipse of the year 2021 will be visible from near Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh at around 5:52 pm. Whereas in the northern part of Ladakh it can be seen at 06 pm. Sunset here will be around 06:15 in the evening.
In countries In will see Solar Eclipse 2021
The first solar eclipse of the year will be visible mainly from large areas of North America, Europe and Asia.