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6/8/21

The first solar eclipse of the year will be on June 10, how long will the eclipse last and will it appear in India or not, find out

Bhaskar Explaner:  The first solar eclipse of the year will be on June 10, how long will the eclipse last and will it appear in India or not, find out







June 10 is the first solar eclipse of the year. According to the website Time and Date, this year will see 2 lunar eclipses and 2 solar eclipses. May 26 was the first lunar eclipse of the year. Super Bloodmoon was also seen in many places during this time. The solar eclipse is scheduled for June 10. Find out what a solar eclipse is, why it happens, whether it will appear in India or not and what effect it will have on you ...

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Is there 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 as it passes between the moon and the shadow of the moon falls on the earth. In fact the earth revolves around the sun and the moon revolves around the earth. This causes the three to sometimes come in a straight line with each other. This is the reason why solar and lunar eclipses occur.

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Will it appear in India?
No. The people of India will not be able to see this eclipse. The eclipse will be partially visible in North America, Europe and Asia. While it will be seen in full form in northern Canada, Greenland and Russia. The Ring of Fire of the people of Greenland can also be seen when the eclipse is at its peak.

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What is the Ring of Fire?
The moon orbits the earth in an elliptical orbit. For this reason, the distance of the moon from the earth is always increasing and decreasing. When the moon is farthest from the earth, it is called apogee and when it is closest, it is called perigee.

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The moon will be almost at apogee when the solar eclipse occurs on June 10th. I.e. farthest from the earth. For this reason the shape of the moon will appear a little smaller than normal. Due to its small size, the moon cannot completely cover the sun, and little light will continue to fall on the earth from the edges of the moon's surface. Seen from the ground it will look like a red sphere. This is called the Ring of Fire.

How long will the eclipse last?
According to the website Time and Date, the eclipse will last from 1.42 pm to 6.41 pm Indian time. The total duration of solar eclipse in India will be about 5 hours.



Will the delivery take longer?
No. If this solar eclipse had occurred in India, it would have taken place during the gestation period, but this eclipse will not occur in India, so neither the gestation period will be valid there nor will there be any hindrance in religious planning. In astrology, the gestation period is calculated 12 hours before the solar eclipse. No auspicious work is done in the meantime. It is also not good to cook and eat during this time. Even the doors of the temples are closed during the Sutak period.

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How many solar eclipses can there be in a year?
Most solar eclipses occur twice a year. At most this number can go up to 5, but it happens very rarely. According to NASA, in the last 5000 years there have been only 25 years when there were 5 solar eclipses. This will happen again in 2206. Any solar eclipse is visible only in certain areas of the earth.

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If we talk about the second and final solar eclipse this year, it will appear on December 4. It will begin at 10.59 a.m. and end at 3.07 p.m. The eclipse will be visible in Australia, South Africa, South America, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean and Antarctica.




What precautions should be taken while watching a solar eclipse?
Although this solar eclipse will not be seen in India, but if you ever see a solar eclipse, take special care of these things.

Do not watch the eclipse with the naked eye. The sun’s rays can damage your eyes.
Only use specially made glasses to watch the eclipse. Never watch a solar eclipse through ordinary glasses.
Don't even try to see the eclipse with the help of camera, binoculars or telescope.
You can safely watch the eclipse using a pinhole projector. You will find easy ways to make a pinhole projector on the internet.

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