Solar Eclipse of 2021 set to witness on June 10th Thursday. Several new elements are expected to amuse onlookers. Devil’s horns and shark’s fin-like appearances will accompany the eclipse this year.
However, these extremely rare traits of the eclipse would prevail only in the early hours.
For viewers in the US, the Solar Eclipse on the morning of June 10th will result after the darkened moon sweeps to the fore, pushing the sun in the background.
At this time, the unusual appearance of the horned sun with a Ring of Fire would also be partially visible in some parts of the US.
The upcoming Solar Eclipse is an annular type of eclipse. This eclipse of the year is re-markedly different from a total eclipse where the moon aligns appropriately with the Earth that results in complete coverage.
Experts say that the path of this annular eclipse would cross the southern parts of Canada and the North Pole. Adding further, experts also proclaim, the complete view of this unusual eclipse would be difficult.
Sources familiar with the development have also said, Sky & Telescope is launching a dedicated charted flight for space-buff onlookers willing to witness this year’s first and unusual Solar Eclipse.
The weather condition on the D-Day is a matter of concern that would be the deciding factor to support this adrenaline-filled flight.
Extremely lucky early-risers could experience this rare sight with the right climatic conditions in place.