According to astronomers, third and last solar eclipse of 2018 will be on Saturday, August 11, which can be witnessed in other continent, except for Pakistan. Eastern Time and move over the northeastern edges of Canada, including parts of Nunavut, before reaching Greenland, Iceland and the northern parts of Europe, Russia and China. If the weather is good in the morning, when the eclipse starts (around 4:02 a.m. E.T.), then it may become the most viewed solar eclipse of the year.
The next total solar Eclipse will occur July 2, 2019 and will be visible to people in the South Pacific and South America.
The eleventh of August, the inhabitants of the Earth were watching a rare astronomical phenomenon - the partial Eclipse of the sun.
The Greeks believed that a solar eclipse was a sign of angry gods and could portend natural disasters. On 11 August 2018, the World will witness the partial solar eclipse or Surya Grahan but it will not be visible in India. It will also be a supermoon. The eclipse will last for three hours and 28 minutes, the third and final this year.
Dr. Baghel emphasises that there is no need for anyone to alter any of our dietary habits or schedules, due to any celestial event, including partial or complete solar eclipses. After they resolved their conflict, the bear went to meet the Moon and bit it as well causing a lunar eclipse.
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From the Cape of Good Hope to the Middle East, and from the Kremlin to Sydney Harbour, thousands of people turned their eyes to the stars to watch the moon, which turned dark before shining orange, brown and crimson in the shadow. A solar Eclipse is an incredible astronomical phenomenon when the Moon partially or completely covers the Sun for observers from Earth. In India, this last solar eclipse of the year will not be insignificant.
Exclusively visible in the Northern Hemisphere - the Sun appeared to be shadowed by the Moon by up to 20 percent depending on your position. The moon's shadow travels across the face of the earth from point to point. This partial solar eclipse will be noticeable in the early long stretches of August 11 and from all parts of the Northern Hemisphere. "India is not in the path of the moon's shadow on Saturday, which is the reason why solar eclipse will not be visible here", Raghunandan explained.
As its a partial solar eclipse in 2018, it won't bother the country India.
However, this eclipse was not visible in the United Kingdom or U.S. - with visibility in China, North and South Korea and Mongolia. Therefore, pinhole cameras and special solar eclipse glasses must be used to observe the phenomena.