Annular solar eclipse on June 10 will not be visible in India; except Arunachal & Ladakh
Guwahati: While several countries in the world will witness the annular solar eclipse on June 10, India will not be able to witness the rare comic phenomenon except in extreme parts of Northeast India’s Arunachal Pradesh and the Northern borders of Ladakh.
In Arunachal Pradesh, people can see, just before the sunset, a minuscule fraction of the sun covered by the moon, that is also very low on the horizon. The eclipse will last for barely 3-4 minutes depending upon the position.
As per media reports, a very small part of the solar eclipse will be visible from the vicinity of Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh at around 5:52 pm.
Area of Visibility
The eclipse will be visible in the region covering northeastern North America, Europe, northern Asia and the North Atlantic Ocean.
Earlier, the sky gazers around the world witnessed the picturesque Bloodmoon, Supermoon and total lunar eclipse on May 26.