This is a special solar eclipse as it will fall with the summer solstice which is the longest day of 2020. and been seen from Asia, Africa, the Pacific, the Indian Ocean, parts of Europe and Australia.
When Moon comes between the Sun and Earth, the shadow falls on the surface of the Earth.
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The Sun is entirely covered by the Moon for a brief period. Those places that are engulfed by the dark, dense umbral shadow of the Moon experience the total solar eclipse.
“Annular solar eclipse is a particular case of the total solar eclipse.
The Moon covers the central part of the Sun, and the rim of the Sun appear like a ‘ring of fire’ in the sky for a very brief moment,” Samir Dhurde of The Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune said
Solar eclipse June 21st in India seen from 9.15 am, the solar eclipse was visible till 3.04 pm.