Jaipur: Today the primary eclipse of this year (Surya Grahan) goes to happen. During an eclipse, the Moon are going to be exactly between the Sun and therefore the Earth. The three celestial bodies are going to be exactly in line with one another. Earlier, the primary eclipse of the year happened on 26 May. Today's eclipse is additionally special because the yoga of Shani Jayanti is additionally being formed on the eclipse. This may be an eclipse which may be partially visible in India. The eclipse will start at 1:42 pm and can end at 6.41 pm.
Sutak period won't be valid The eclipse are going to be visible only from parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh in India. Because this eclipse won't be seen in many places in India, so consistent with religious beliefs, its Sutak period won't be valid.
Keep this stuff in mind during eclipse
Where will the eclipse be visible?
This year, the annular eclipse are going to be visible from parts of Greenland, north-eastern Canada, the North Pole and therefore the Russian Fast East. While there'll be partial eclipse in Europe, North America, Asia, Arctic and Atlantic regions. In India, eclipse 2021 won't be visible, except in parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh. Whereas consistent with civil time in Greenland, the 'Ring of Fire' are going to be visible when it reaches its peak within the afternoon. From there it'll be visible over the North Pole and Siberia.
Scientific reason for eclipse
The Sun is found at the middle of our system and every one the planets revolve around it. The planets that revolve round the Sun even have satellites. Who revolves around their planets. Just like the moon is that the satellite of the world. During this process, when the Moon comes between the Sun and therefore the Earth while revolving round the Earth, thanks to which it partially or completely covers the daylight, then this condition is named eclipse.