Solar Eclipse 2020: Solar eclipse occurs when the Moon is farthest from Earth. Since the moon, it looks like a dark disk on top of another bright disk, which appears like a ring of fire.
Solar Eclipse: After the ‘Strawberry Moon Lunar Eclipse’ on 5 June, nature has another cure for this month, as there will be a Solar Eclipse 2020 on 21 June, which is the longest day of the year. About 6 hours. Solar eclipse will be visible from many parts of northern India.
A solar eclipse that occurs on Sunday, June 21, will be a solar eclipse, during which the Moon is farthest from the Earth and comes between the Sun and the Earth. There are three different types of solar eclipse, total solar eclipse, partial solar eclipse and solar eclipse.
Annual solar eclipse day, date and time:
On June 21, a Solar Eclipse 2020 will occur on Sunday. According to the time and date, the eclipse will begin on June 21 at 9:15 am and complete the entire process in about 6 hours and will end on June 21 at 3:04 pm. The maximum eclipse, during which the Sun appears a bit, will be the Ring of Fire at 12:10 pm.
The eclipse will be visible from parts of Africa, including the Central African Republic, Congo and Ethiopia. Eclipse will also be seen in Pakistan’s south and northern India and China.
Three types of solar eclipse:
In a total solar eclipse, the sun, moon, and earth all fall in a straight line and are completely blocked from view during the maximum phase of the solar eclipse. The total solar eclipse can only be seen from a small region on Earth.
A partial solar eclipse occurs when the Moon, Sun, and Earth are not in a straight line, but the Moon comes partially between the Sun and the Earth. During this event, only a part of the Sun is blocked from view.
On June 21, the Solar Eclipse 2020 appears like a ring of fire. The solar eclipse occurs when the Moon is farthest from the Earth. Since the moon, it looks like a dark disk on top of another bright disk, which appears like a ring of fire.
A solar eclipse usually occurs two weeks before or before the lunar eclipse. Mostly two eclipses are seen in a row, however, three eclipses may occur in a season. The June – July season of eclipses will witness three eclipses. On June, we saw a penumbral lunar eclipse. On June 21, we can see a solar eclipse. On July 5, the eclipse of lunar eclipse is going to happen once again.