First solar eclipse of 2021 to occur June 10

The first solar eclipse – the ‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse 2021 – will take place on June 10, Azerbaijan’s Shamakhi Astrophysical Observatory named after Nasreddin Tusi told Report.

The eclipse will start at 12:12:15 and end at 17:11:16 (GMT+4). The eclipse, which will last for a total of 4 hours 59 minutes, will peak at 14:43:06.

The ‘Ring of Fire’ of this solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Russia, Greenland, and Northern Canada. In contrast, a partial eclipse will be observed in most of Europe, most of Asia, North and West Africa, most of North America, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Arctic.

This natural phenomenon won’t be observed in the territory of Azerbaijan.


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