Solar Eclipse 2021: Annular Solar Eclipse
Annual solar eclipse is a rare phenomenon that develops the lunar cosmic flow.
The annual solar eclipse occurs on Thursday in many parts of the world as the Moon, Earth and Sun co-occur as a celestial event.
The June 10 solar eclipse is rare as it will see the occurrence of the ring of fire around the Moon, which will be visible in parts of Canada and Siberia.
During a solar eclipse, the Moon casts a shadow on the Earth, creating a visual phenomenon as it moves between the Earth and the Sun, blocking sunlight.
As the Moon covers the centre of the Sun, the edges emit a glowing halo creating an illuminated ‘ring of fire’. The June 10 solar eclipse will be visible to stargazers in several countries.
While the celestial phenomenon will be visible only in extreme parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh for barely a few minutes, India can watch the streaming of the eclipse of these platforms.
The eclipse will begin at 1.42 pm IST and will last till 6.41 pm IST in several parts of the world.
The rare cosmic development will be seen in the vast region of North America, Europe and Asia. The ring of fire will be visible from parts of Greenland, North-Eastern Canada, the North Pole and some parts of Russia.
In Canada, it will be seen for about three minutes, while in Greenland it will occur when the solar eclipse reaches its peak following which it will be visible in Siberia and the North Pole.