A lunar eclipse used to take place on June 5, but now we will see a solar eclipse on June 21. When the moon comes between the earth and the sun, a solar eclipse occurs. The eclipse will last for 6 hours and will be seen in many parts of North India.
Solar Eclipse 2020
There are three types of eclipse: eclipse eclipse and eclipse eclipse. The eclipse will take place on June 21, 2020. June-July 2020 will see three consecutive eclipses. In 2019, the solar eclipse took place on 2nd July. The next solar eclipse after June 21, 2020 will be on June 10, 2021.
What is a circular solar eclipse?
This is a unique astronomical phenomenon. When the moon is farthest from the earth. Then in a bracelet eclipse the sun looks like a ring. Areas where the sun is obscured by the moon. A similar bracelet-shaped solar eclipse will take place on June 21, 2020.
The solar eclipse will start at 9:15 am on June 21 according to Indian time and its eclipse will start at 10 pm on June 20. The eclipse will be in its central position at 12:24 p.m. Its release time is at 2 pm 7 minutes. This eclipse will be seen in many places. After this eclipse, there will be another solar eclipse at the end of 2020.
Circular Solar Eclipse 2020: Date and Time
The annular solar eclipse is on June 21, 2020. The eclipse will start at 9.15 am and will last for six hours. The eclipse will end at 3.04 pm. You will be able to see the ecliptic eclipse at 12.10 pm. At this time, the sun will look like a ring of fire from the earth.