In the summer solstice, June 21, residents of the Russian regions will be able to observe an annular Eclipse of the Sun. Although the maximum phase of astronomical phenomena will be able to observe the inhabitants of the Northern States of India.

the Best conditions for observation will be in the North Caucasus, in the Krasnodar region, Buryatia, TRANS-Baikal and Primorsky Krai. In these regions, the Moon will cover about 30 percent of the solar disk. In Moscow the maximum phase amount to only 2 percent, and the Eclipse will start at 08:50 and ends at 09:18, writes nplus1.

In Makhachkala the beginning of the Eclipse will take place at 07:53 and maximum phase (37%) comes at 08:53,

in Rostov-na-Donu – early at 08:08, the maximum phase (20%) at 08:52,

Krasnodar – start at 08:01, the maximum phase (23%) at 08:48,

Ekaterinburg – beginning at 10:44, the maximum phase (16%) in 11:26

Novosibirsk – 12:54, maximum phase (28%) 13:53,

the Krasnoyarsk – beginning at 13:10, maximum phase (26%) at 14:05

Irkutsk – beginning at 14:20, the maximum phase (33%) 15:22

Ulan-Ude: beginning at 14:25, the maximum phase (33%) 15:26

Chita – start at 15:35, the maximum phase (30%) 16:32

the Vladivostok beginning at 17:00, the maximum phase (38%) in 17:57.