Surya Grahan or Solar Eclipse June 2020 Date and Time in India: The first solar eclipse of the year 2020 is going to happen on June 21. The special thing is that this will be a circular eclipse in which the Moon will cover about 98.8% of the Sun. The sight of this eclipse, including India, will be seen in Nepal, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Ethiopia, and Kongo. At the same time, Dehradun, Sirsa, or Tehri are some famous cities in India, where people will be able to see the beautiful view of the annular solar eclipse. The partial solar eclipse will be seen in other parts of the country.
Eclipse time: Solar Eclipse will start around 10:20 AM in Delhi, the country’s capital. The eclipse will be in its full effect at 12:02 PM and will end at 01:49 PM. There may be some differences in eclipse time in other cities of the country. The Sutak period of this eclipse will be valid. Which will begin exactly 12 hours before the eclipse? The thread will start from 09:52 on the night of 20 June.
What happens is a circular solar eclipse: This eclipse will neither be a partial solar eclipse nor a full solar eclipse because the moon’s shadow will cover only about 99% of the sun. The shadow of the moon in the sky will combine with the center of the Sun to form a ring shape around the Sun. Which will make the sun look like a ring of fire in the sky. This eclipse is going to happen on the biggest day of the year. This phenomenon is called annular solar eclipse when the Moon comes between the Earth and the Sun and completely covers the central part of the Sun. As a result, the circle of the Sun appears like a glowing ring.
Do not see the eclipse with open eyes: Solar eclipse should not be seen with open eyes like the moon. It is said that it can have a bad effect on your eyes. A solar eclipse can be viewed using the appropriate filters by projecting the image of the sun onto a whiteboard using either secure aluminum technology, welding polymer of shade polymer, shade number 14, or telescope.