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In the coming year 2021, the movements of the Sun, Earth and Moon will show astrophysicists around the world four exciting scenes of the eclipse, including a full lunar eclipse and a full solar eclipse. However, only two of these astronomical events will be able to be seen from India.
Dr. Rajendra Prakash Gupta, Superintendent of Ujjain’s prestigious Government Jiwaji Observatory, told PTI-Language on Sunday that the process of these astronomical events of next year will begin with the full lunar eclipse on May 26. He said, “This first eclipse of the new year will be visible in the northeastern states of India, parts of West Bengal and coastal areas of Odisha except Sikkim where the moonrise is quicker than in other parts of the country.
The moon will cover 101.6 percent of the Earth’s shadow during this astronomical event. ” A full lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon and covers its satellite Moon with its shadow. In this situation, the moon is completely hidden in the earth’s oat, and there is no sunlight on it. At the time of this astronomical event, the Earth is seen with the Moon’s Raktim aura. Therefore it is also called “blood moon”.
Gupt quoted the census done in the Indian context that the annular solar eclipse on June 10 will not be visible in the country. At the time of this astronomical event, the Moon will come between the Sun and the Earth. For this reason, the Earth will see the sun covered as 94.3 percent in the form of “Ring of Fire”. He said that the partial lunar eclipse on November 19 will be seen in Arunachal Pradesh and some parts of Assam for a very short time. At the peak of this astronomical event, 97.9 percent of the Moon will be seen covered by the Earth’s shadow.
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