“A solar eclipse occurs when the moon gets between Earth and the sun, and the moon casts a shadow over Earth. A solar eclipse can only take place at the phase of new moon, when the moon passes directly between the sun and Earth and its shadows fall upon Earth’s surface.”

In this Gregorian year 2021 the first Solar Eclipse will anticipated to occur on Thursday, 10 June. This ring shaped Eclipse will accord with the the New Moon day in India. It will be visible only in a few states in the East India.  According to proselytes in India, a Solar Eclipse (Surya Grahanam) is not only a usual planetary phenomenon but it is a circumstance that has an intense reverberations.

As per the research carried out by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) that the Eclipse  will also be visible from parts of Russia, Canada, and Greenland and will be first  seen in northern Ontario and the north side of Lake Superior, both in Canada.

When the Eclipse reaches at its peak  a ring of fire shape can be viewed from Greenland .

“According to, the eclipse will start at 8:12:20 UTC and end at 13:11:19 UTC on 10 June.“

In India, it will start at 01:42 pm and will end at 06:41 pm.

On 10 June almost 90 percent of sun will be enfolded by the eclipse. The silhouette of the moon generates a string on Earth which is the path of totality. During the eclipse it will be totally dark for a while , when the sun is entirely hunk by the moon.

The eclipse can be viewed through a projector or telescope or using binoculars. It is danger to view this with naked eyes.