INDIA TO WITNESS ANNULAR SOLAR ECLIPSE ON JUNE 21, 9:58AM IST
An Annual Solar Eclipse will happen on the longest day of the year this summer when the Earth’s pole will be titled the most towards the sun.
A ring of fire like view will be witnessed due to the solar eclipset tommorow morning.
The ‘ring of fire’ event will take place at sharp 10:26AM and will last 1 minute 22 seconds.
This eclipse occurs when the moon, passing between Earth and Sun does not completely conceal the sun, causing a bright thin ring visible.
Annular eclipses occur every year one or two times, and are visible only from a narrow pathway across the planet.
Suprisingly the solar eclipse tomorrow will happen on the longest day of the year on the summer solstice when the Earth’s pole will be titled the most towards the sun.
Where One Can Watch The Solar Eclipse
The Ring of Fire creaed from solar eclipse will be visible from Suratgarh and Anupgarh in Rajashtan, Sirsa, Ratia and Kurukshetra in haryana, Dehradun, Chamba, Chamoli and Joshimath in Uttarakhand.
In Delhi, the eclipse can be seen from 10:20AM IST to 1:48PM IST
In Kolkata, it will be visible from 10:46AM IST to 2:17PM IST
In Mumbai, it will be visible from 10:00AM IST to 1:27AM IST
IN Chennai, 10:22AM IST to 1:41AM IST
Bengaluru, 10:13AM IST to 1:31AM IST
The next eclipse that can be seen from Indua will occur after 28 months.