He told PTI that the primary of those events are going to be on May 26, and can be seen in parts of West Bengal , coastal Odisha and within the north-eastern states, except Sikkim, because the moon is visible earlier in these places than other parts of the country.
“The earth will cover the moon by 101.6 per cent during this astronomical event,” he said.
A total eclipse occurs when the world comes between the sun and therefore the moon.
Gupt said the annular eclipse on June 10 won’t be visible in India, and during this event, the moon will come between the sun and earth, resulting in the sun getting covered 94.3 per cent and being seen as a ‘ring of fire’.
He said the partial eclipse , on November 19, are often seen from Arunachal Pradesh and a few parts of Assam for a really short period.
“At the height of this event, 97.9 per cent of the moon are going to be seen covered by the earth’s shadow. the entire eclipse on December 4, the last of 2021, will, however, not be visible from India,” he added.
This year, there have been two solar and 4 lunar eclipses.