Surya Grahan 2020: see solar eclipse time for Delhi, Gurgaon, Faridabad

new Delhi: The world is going to witness the first solar eclipse this year. Solar Eclipse 2020 is the first solar eclipse of the year on 21 June 2020. When a full eclipse occurs, the moon completely covers the sun for a while. However, partial and annular eclipses cover only part of the Sun. The eclipse of June 21 is going to be an annular solar eclipse. Which is also known as an solar eclipse.

In India (India), the annular phase will be visible in some places in a small corridor in the northern part of the country (Rajasthan, Haryana and parts of Uttarakhand) in the morning. At the same time, it will be seen as a partial solar eclipse from the rest of the country. .

The annular solar eclipse creates the Fire of Ring, which is different from a full eclipse. This eclipse will be visible in parts of Africa including the Central African Republic, Congo, Ethiopia, Pakistan, India and China. Take care not to look at the eclipse with naked eyes. It can damage the eyes. So, while viewing the eclipse, use binoculars, telescopes, etc.

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This is the time of solar eclipse in India:

The partial eclipse will begin on June 21 at 09:15:58 am.

The full eclipse will be at 10:17:45 am.

Maximum eclipse will be at 12:10:04 in the morning.

The full eclipse will end at 14:02:17 in the afternoon.

The partial eclipse will end at 15:04:01 in the afternoon.