Just as many events take place in our daily lives, events also take place in the vast expanses of our heads. Sometimes a visitor named Comet comes, sometimes there is a fireworks called Meteor Shower. Sometimes some planets come so close that they form an alliance. Sometimes the shadow of the earth falls on the moon (lunar eclipse) and sometimes the moon covers the solar eclipse (solar eclipse). In all these cases, the common man feels the special attraction of solar eclipse. The reason for this is that at this time, the sun that emits erv fire, in the language of McCarthy, slows down and turns black. It is a unique experience to have a sudden evening all day long. This unique solar eclipse will be staged in space on 21st June and will be seen from India.
Every new moon, the moon is between the sun and the earth. Some new moons are such that the centers of the sun, earth and moon are aligned on that day. In this case, the eclipse occurs. (Figure 1). At such times the crescent completely covers the sun. Although the moon is much smaller than the sun, it can make a complete eclipse of the sun. The Sun is 400 times larger than the Moon and the Sun-Earth distance is 400 times the Moon-Earth distance. It is because of this coincidence that we get to see the breathtaking view of the Khagras solar eclipse. During this time the shadow of the moon falls on the earth. This shadow covers a distance of about 270 km. Falls into a band of width. This means that the eclipse khagras from the villages coming under this belt is seen in full form. As you move away from this strip, it appears in the form of a fragment, meaning that the sun’s rays appear less obscured.
The moon is the only satellite of the earth. It revolves around the earth in an elliptical orbit. Naturally, its distance from the earth is changing. When the moon comes between the earth and the sun at the time of solar eclipse, its huge shadow falls in the direction of the earth. This shadow is in the shape of a cone and its length is about 3 lakh 71 thousand 620 km. When the moon is farther away from the earth, the shadow cannot reach the earth. It ‘ends up’ in space. On 21st June, the Moon will be 3 lakh 89 thousand 600 km away from us. Will be at a distance. That is about 18,000 km from the earth. This shadow will disappear at a distance. As a result, you will not see the sun 100 percent covered. About 99.4% of the sun will be covered. The circumference of the sun will look bright. Which means it’s about to be the most delusional time of the year, as well. So this eclipse is called a bracelet eclipse. This scene will only last 37 seconds; But it will be so beautiful that there is no doubt that it will last a lifetime.