June 21  is the day of solar eclipse, an event that occurs when the Moon – close to its maximum distance from Earth (apogee) – stands between us and our star, however, leaving glimpse the  perimeter . Entertainment guaranteed, at least for those in  Central Africa, Saudi Arabia, India, Pakistan, China, and the Pacific ocean.

You can watch it live, thanks to the live broadcast below, streamed from the top of the Virtual Telescopeby Gianluca Masi, from our 7:30 (the peak of the eclipse, in India, will be at our 8:40pm).