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Witness Solar Eclipse today in a short while

Watch solar eclipse today, June 10, 2021, people in the northern hemisphere will have the opportunity to witness the ring of fire . Viewers in parts of the eastern US and northern Alaska will see a partial eclipse, along with a large of much of Canada and some areas in Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Northern Russia, Greenland and northern Africa.

In India, the astronomical phenomenon, will start at 01:42 PM (IST) and will be visible until 06:41 PM (9:11 EDT. The duration of the annular ‘ring of fire’ will be around 3 minutes and 51 seconds, which will be visible only to those located in Ladak and Arunachal Pradesh.

Most of the locations, the eclipse will occur before, during, and shortly after sunrise. In order to get a clear view of the eclipse there should be a clear sky.

Viewing the ring of fire

The golden opportunity of experiencing the ring of fire will be seen only in some places. Most of the viewers won’t get to ascertain this ring round the Moon. They’ll instead see a partial eclipse. This happens when the Sun, Moon, and Earth aren’t exactly lined up. The Sun will appear to possess a dark shadow on only a part of its surface.

Find the location of solar eclipse today

To see exactly where the eclipse is going to be visible, inspect our animations and maps. you’ll learn more about these maps from NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio.

Safety instructions

If you don’t have solar viewing or eclipse glasses, use a DIY pinhole projector. Pinhole projectors shouldn’t be wont to look directly at the Sun, but instead to project sunlight onto a surface.

However, it is never safe to seem directly at the Sun’s rays, albeit the Sun is partly or mostly obscured. When watching a partial eclipse or annular eclipse, you would like to wear solar viewing or eclipse glasses throughout the whole eclipse if you want to face the Sun. Solar viewing or eclipses glasses aren’t regular sunglasses; regular sunglasses aren’t safe for viewing the Sun.

During the eclipse, the Moon moves in front of the Sun, blocking it, whereby a ring around the edges. This creates an impression of fire around the sun.

Fasting during solar Eclipse

In India people fast during the solar Eclipse, because in Hindu Mythology, Surya Grahan in considered inauspicious. There are special mantras to be recited and do’s and don’ts to be followed at the time of the eclipse.

Ancy Abraham
Blogger & Editor of Climate Change Awareness News. Nature Lover and Cooking Enthusiast. Worked as a Magazine Assistant Editor for a Consumer Magazine. Presently writing about lifestyle topics related to health, food, shopping, fashion and people for Lifestyle Today News for the past 6 years. Also, volunteering as News Editor for Climate Change News.

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