According to science, when the moon comes between the sun and the earth, the sun’s image behind the moon gets covered for some time, the same phenomenon is called solar eclipse.
According to astrology, this astronomical event occurs on Amavasya Tithi. This time the first solar eclipse of the year will happen on Thursday, June 10. Know more about some special things related to it…
- The first solar eclipse of this year will happen on Thursday, June 10, which will start at 01:42 in the afternoon and will end at 06:41 in the evening. The total duration of the eclipse will be about five hours.
- This time the first solar eclipse of the year is going to take place on Jyeshtha Amavasya. This solar eclipse is going to take place in Mrigashira constellation and Taurus. Vat Savitri fast will also be observed on the same day along with Shani Jayanti.
- This will be a partial solar eclipse which will be visible only from some places in India. This is the reason that the Sutak period of this eclipse will not be valid in India.
- When the Moon completely covers the center of the Sun and only its bright edges are visible, it is called ‘Ring of Fire’. In this year’s solar eclipse, people will get to see this wonderful sight.
- This eclipse will be visible in Canada, Russia, Greenland. Here this solar eclipse will be complete. Apart from this, this solar eclipse will also be visible in parts of North America, Europe and North Asia.