On Wednesday, India witnessed a super Blood moon during Lunar Eclipse beginning at 4:39 p.m. and ending on 4:58 p.m.. Now after witnessing the super blood moon, world is ready to witness another eclipse, but this time it is Solar, occuring on 10th June.
The upcoming solar eclipse has received the world’s eye, because it will feature as a ring light (used by instagrammers all around), termed as ring eclipse, a phenomenon where the sun will covered under the moon, releasing light from the edges, appearing as a huge ring. With the moon and sun, exactly being centered in the line of the earth, this will be an Annual Eclipse, in most part of the world.
The solar eclipse will not be visible across all India, except Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh. Other than India, much of Europe, Asia and North America, Atlantic, Arctic regions will witness at least a partial eclipse.