The solar eclipse, one of the natural phenomenon occurs when there is a straight alignment of the Sun, Moon, and Earth. The sun is covered by the moon and it is placed in the orbital alignment, due to such alignment the sun is not able to appear as a whole and it is covered by the sun and only the outer lining of the sun is seen which represents the “ring of fire”.
In India, the first solar eclipse will occur on Thursday, June 10 where states like Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh will not be able to see the eclipse. The glory of the eclipse will be seen from the various region of North America, Europe, and parts of Asia.
Ladakh will experience the eclipse for the short period in the early morning but will have a high altitude compared to others. While in Arunachal Pradesh, people will see the eclipse during the sunset and that too will be a glimpse of the solar eclipse.
Talking about the wildlife sanctuary, the Arunachal Pradesh will have the view around in the evening at 5:52 p.m. conveyed by the official. The setting time of the Sun will be 6:15 pm in northern Ladakh and the eclipse can be seen around 6 pm.