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6/10/21

The first solar eclipse of the year today LIVE

The first solar eclipse of the year today:







The eclipse begins 12 hours before the eclipse.

Today, on Shanijayanti, a solar eclipse will take place 148 years later, on 26 May 1873









Today is the first solar eclipse of the year. It will be found in North America, Europe and Asia. In India, eclipses will appear before sunset in Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh. This day is also a coincidence of Shanijayanti after 148 years. The first solar eclipse on Saturn's Jubilee was on May 26, 1873.





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According to the website Time and Date, the eclipse will be from 1:42 pm to 4:41 pm Indian time, which means that the total time of solar eclipse in India will be about 5 hours.

In India, a solar eclipse will occur where the eclipse will occur. The eclipse
begins 12 hours before the eclipse. According to the scriptures, the place where the eclipse appears is considered pregnant. No auspicious work is done during pregnancy. Making and eating food during this time is also not considered good, even the doors of temples are closed during the time of Sutak. However, today's solar eclipse will not be valid in the rest of the country except Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh, as the eclipse will not be visible in the rest of the country.

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What is a solar eclipse?
When the moon comes between the earth and the sun, it is called a solar eclipse. During this time the light from the sun cannot reach the earth due to the intervening moon and the shadow of the moon falls on the earth. The earth revolves around the sun and the moon revolves around the earth. Because of this the three of them come in direct contact with each other from time to time. These causes cause solar and lunar eclipses.


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How many solar eclipses can there be in a year?
Solar eclipses occur at most twice a year. This number may increase to 5. Although this happens very rarely. According to NASA, there have been only 25 such eclipses in the last 5,000 years, with 5 eclipses in one year. The last solar eclipse occurred in 1935 was 5 times. This will happen next time in 2206. Thus any solar eclipse is visible only in certain areas of the earth.


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