Toronto: The first solar eclipse of 2021 will take place on June 10. This celestial event comes a few days after sky gazers witnessed 2021’s lunar eclipse. Get ready to see the dramatic ‘Ring of Fire’ in the coming days. The annular solar eclipse will happen when the moon will block the sunlight and cast a shadow over Earth.
The June 10 ring of fire or the annular solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Greenland, North-Eastern Canada, the North Pole and some parts of Russia. Meanwhile, Europe, North America, Asia, Arctic and Atlantic regions will witness a partial solar eclipse.
India will not be able to witness the rare cosmic phenomenon.
Those who are based in Canada, northern Ontario and on the north side of Lake Superior will first see the solar eclipse. It will be visible to Canadians for about three minutes.