Solar Eclipse 2021: Area of visibility
This partial solar eclipse in Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh will start at 3.30 pm, and will continue till 4.52 pm. As we mentioned, the solar eclipse will end at 6.41 pm.
According to NASA, the solar eclipse will be fully visible in parts of eastern US and northern Alaska as well as Canada and parts of Caribbean, Europe, Asia and North Africa.
An annular solar eclipse occurs when the moon is at a great distance from the earth, due to which the moon becomes small enough to cover the sun. Appears as Ring of Fire.
NASA has released an interactive map of the solar eclipse, which is available to users on the Internet. By clicking on this map, they can get information about the timing of this eclipse at their places.
Solar Eclipse 2021: Watch it online
At the same time, NASA has also provided facilities for those who do not see this solar eclipse here. Those people can watch this solar eclipse online. NASA will broadcast this eclipse live on its YouTube channel. You can also watch it in the video below.
Solar Eclipse 2021: Precautions to take
It is not advisable to watch the solar eclipse with naked eyes, if you watch the eclipse with naked eyes then you are at risk of serious eye disease. It can be viewed through a box projector or binoculars are also a safer method. Do not look directly at the Sun or use ordinary sunglasses, smoked glasses, X-ray film and negative film to watch the solar eclipse.
Let us tell you, the second solar eclipse of the year 2021 will happen on December 4, which will be a total solar eclipse.