‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse underway
Published: 03:40 PM, 10 June 2021
‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse; Representational Photo
For the first time in a year, a “Ring of Fire” Solar Eclipse has begun, however, the solar eclipse will not be seen from Bangladesh, said the Climate Division of the Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) today.
The eclipse started at 2:12:30 pm on Thursday, Bangladesh time. The central eclipse will begin at 3:55 pm. The maximum eclipse will begin at 4:41:58 pm. The central eclipse will end at 5:28:42 pm. The total eclipse will end at 7:11:12 pm Bangladesh time.
The BMD’s Climate Division said the “Ring of Fire” Solar Eclipse would begin in the North Atlantic Ocean northeast of Puerto Rico in the United States. The central eclipse will begin southwest of the Hudson Sea in Canada. The maximum eclipse will be from Greenland to Hans Island Southeast.
The central eclipse will end in the Bering Sea, northwest of the Russian city of Magadan Oblast. The eclipse will end in the Chinese city of Guizhou, the Climate Division said.