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Solar eclipse on June 21, know the time of eclipse
Solar eclipse on June 21, know the time of eclipse

Let us tell you that on June 21, a solar eclipse is going to happen. In such a situation, solar eclipse will also be seen in our country this time. At the same time, do not try to see the solar eclipse with the naked eye, because the ill effects of this eclipse are going to affect the eyes the most. Let us tell you that this eclipse will be the first solar eclipse of this year. At the same time, the solar eclipse will last for 3 hours 25 minutes and on June 21, Sunday, the eclipse will start at 10.17 in the morning, while the solar eclipse will be at midnight at 12.10 pm. By the afternoon, the eclipse will end at 2:00 pm.

With this, another solar eclipse will occur at the end of 2020. Let us also tell all of you that this time the solar eclipse can be seen in your country India too. After the lunar eclipse, the first solar eclipse of this year is going to happen on June 21. Indeed, this solar eclipse will be visible in parts of Africa including India, Central African Republic, Congo, Ethiopia, Pakistan and China. As you all know, the time of solar eclipse will start from 10.31 am to 4:30 pm, but this time the solar eclipse is being held on Sunday. In such a situation, on Saturday, June 20, the Sutak period will start from 10.20 pm.

Know the time of eclipse -

- The full eclipse will begin on 21 June at 10 17 in the morning.

- The mid-afternoon of the eclipse will be at 12: 10 minutes.

- The full eclipse will end at 2:00 pm.

- The partial eclipse will end at 3:30 pm.

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