Partial Solar Eclipse 11 Aug, 2018: Time, Myths, Guidelines, more

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The solar eclipse time in India will be between 1.32 pm and and 5.02 pm.

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.

Solar Eclipse also called as Surya Grahan occurs when the Sun, the Moon and the Earth come in one straight line, with the moon in between the sun and the earth. While a partial solar eclipse is when the moon covers only some part of the sun.

How is partial solar eclipse different from total solar eclipse?

But on July 2, 2019, there will be a total solar eclipse which will be seen in the central part of South America and over South Pacific. And here August 11 will be the third and final in 2018 solar Eclipse. After they resolved their conflict, the bear went to meet the Moon and bit it as well causing a lunar eclipse.

The eclipse will officially begin when the moon first appears to make contact with the sun's disk at 4:02 a.m. EDT 8:02 GMT. At this point, 69 per cent of the sun will be obscured.

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Where can you see it?

And the second Eclipse (13 July) can be seen in the ocean between Australia and Antarctica.

This time there will be a partial solar eclipse happened, which will be seen in the northern hemisphere of the Earth i.e. from Northern Europe to East Asia and Russian Federation.

3 / 4 Outside of China, the astronomical spectacle was visible from most of Asia, the far-north of Europe as well as a slice of northern and eastern Canada. According to NASA, twice a year, the moon's orbit crosses paths with the sun's orbit for 34 days when up to three eclipses can happen.

According to the American Astrological Society (AAS), partial solar eclipses can be very risky to look at with the naked eye.

The AAS recommends getting special-purpose sun filtering glasses and not looking at the sun through binoculars, a camera lens or a telescope even with the eclipse glasses on because of the strength of the sun's light. Simply put, the Saros is a period of the frequency of occurrence of solar and lunar eclipses. And here is the next partial Eclipse of this Saros is expected to be released August 21, 2036. On the North pole, people will be able to view more than 65 percent of the eclipse. Now a solar Eclipse is more of a Grand free show which people organize the universe itself.

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