A partial solar eclipse is going to take place on Saturday, which will last for almost 3 hours 30 minutes.
"Unlike the lunar eclipse, the solar eclipse needs special monitoring equipment such as special glasses or optical filters for telescopes and binoculars for eye safety", the report stated. Earlier, on July 27, second and last lunar eclipse of 2018 was experienced in many countries including Pakistan. Even some parts of the World as well will witness the partial solar eclipse on 11 August 2018.
It is suggested by several Ayurvedic experts to perform various religious activities like taking baths in sacred rivers and performing charitable acts during solar eclipse.
Where will the solar eclipse be visible?The eclipse will last for three hours and 28 minutes, the third and final this year.
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The world will see its last eclipse of the year on Saturday, when the moon will partially block out light from the sun.
The same Eclipse took place on 31 July 2000, and the next will be only 21 Aug 2036. The next partial solar eclipse will happen on January 6, 2019, and will be visible in the north Pacific and northeast Asia. Those in northern Scandinavia, Svalbard in Norway, most of Russia, Greenland, northern China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan will also get a great view of the crescent sun.
Hence India is not in the path of Moon shadow on on August 11, 2018 so Eclipse is not visible here, Mr Kumar explained. The solar eclipse time in India will be between 1.32 pm and and 5.02 pm. As the Earth rotates continuously on its axis, it also rotates the Sun in the Solar System.
The total eclipse lasted 1 hour, 42 minutes and 57 seconds, though a partial eclipse preceded and follows, meaning the moon will spend a total of almost 4 hours in the Earth's umbral shadow, according to NASA. The moon's shadow travels across the face of the earth from point to point. The eclipse ended at 8 p.m. local time, about half an hour before sunset.