🌗 List of Solar Eclipses in the year 2020-2021 🌑


List of Solar Eclipses in the Year 2020-2021
List of Solar Eclipses in the Year 2020-2021

We will be having two Solar Eclipses in the year 2020, the first is an Annular Eclipse going to fall on June 21st, 2020 and the other one will be a Total Solar Eclipse on December 14th, 2020.

🌗 Solar Eclipse on June 21st, 2020

  • Type: Annular
  • Magnitude: 0.994
  • Central Duration: 0:38
  • Time: 06:41:15 UTC/GMT

This Eclipse will be visible Annular from North of India, South of Pakistan, Tibet, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South of China, Chongqing, Taiwan, Quarter, Oman, and Yemen. and partially from parts of Asia, Southeastern Europe, Africa, Middle East, West Melanesia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Cape York Peninsula

🌑 Solar Eclipse on December 14th, 2020

  • Type: Total
  • Magnitude: 1.025
  • Central Duration: 2:10
  • Time: 16:14:39 UTC/GMT

People in South of Argentina and Chile will be able to see the Total Solar Eclipse while Central and Southern South America, Southwest Africa, Antarctic Peninsula, Ellsworth Land, Western Queen Maud Land may see it partially.

Total and Partial Solar Eclipses in the year 2021
Total and Partial Solar Eclipses in the year 2021

Like the year 2020, we have only two Solar Eclipses that we have in the year 2021, the first is an Annular Eclipse going to fall on June 10th, 2021 and the other one will be a Total Solar Eclipse on December 4th, 2021.

🌗 Solar Eclipse on June 10th, 2021

  • Type: Annular
  • Magnitude: 0.943
  • Central Duration: 1.037
  • Time: 10:43:07 UTC/GMT

Annular Eclipse will be visible in Northern Canada, Greenland, North Pole, Eastern Russia. This Eclipse will be partially visible from North of North America, Europe, and Asia

🌑 Solar Eclipse on December 4th, 2021

  • Type: Total
  • Magnitude: 1.037
  • Central Duration: 3:51
  • Time: 07:34:38 UTC/GMT

The Total Solar Eclipse will be visible only from continent Antarctica, whereas it will be seen partially in South Africa and South Atlantic

⚡️ Science behind Solar Eclipse: Solar Eclipse happens when a portion of the Earth is covered in a shadow cast by the Moon which may fully or partially block the Sun's light. This phenomenon occurs when the Sun, Moon, and Earth are aligned.

Total Eclipse: It occurs when the disk of the Sun is fully obscured by the Moon.

Partial & Annular Eclipse: They occur when only part of the Sun is covered.




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