Aryabhata Research Institute is organizing the solar eclipse on social media.
The annual solar eclipse begins in the northern regions of India on June 21, 2020 at 10:25 am. The Aryabhata Research Institute for astronomy and autonomous institute in Nainital under the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India, organized a special lecture on 19 June 2020 at 3.30 pm.
Aryabhata Research Institute Director Pera. Deepankar Banerjee addresses the science of solar eclipse. It is also being organized to live broadcast the solar eclipse through Zoom, YouTube and Facebook.
The eclipse will be visible in parts of Africa, Asia and Europe. The eclipse will start at 10:25 am in North India and reach its maximum at 12:08 pm and end at 1:54 am.
Listed below are the procedures that A.R.I.E.S should adhere to and avoid during the solar eclipse:
1. Only eclipse glasses (ISO certified) or proper filters for viewing the solar eclipse
To be used. Avoid any damage to the eye.
2. The safest way to view an annual solar eclipse is to use a telescope or a pinhole camera to capture the image on the screen.
3. During the solar eclipse, you can eat, drink, bathe, and go out. A solar eclipse is just a spectacular sight.
1. Do not look at the sun directly with your eyes.
2. Do not use X-ray film or ordinary sunglasses (even with UV protection) to view the solar eclipse.
3. Painted glass should not be used to view the solar eclipse.
4. Do not leave this solar eclipse unattended.