Partial solar eclipse: All you need to know

Solar eclipse will be visible in southern China on Saturday

Solar Eclipse (Surya Grahan) 2018 India: Last Eclipse of the Year on 11 August | Know Timing and Duration

However, when Moon covers a certain portion of Sun and not a large part of Sun, it is known as a partial solar eclipse.

The Next Solar Eclipse visible in India will occur on December 26, 2019 which again will be visible partially across the contry, he added.

Southern Australia saw a partial solar eclipse on July 13, and Antarctica and South America witnessed one on February 15 of this year.

4 A partial eclipse of the setting Sun awed stargazers in China on Saturday night.

Doctors warn of a solar Eclipse might have a negative impact on health of even healthy people. A complete solar eclipse, then again, happens when the disk of the white sphere squares 100 percent of the sunlight-based circle.

But Moon Shadow during solar eclipse will not fall at all places at a time on Moon, Earth are Moving across would the shadow of Moon.travels across face of earth from point a to point b.

Where will the solar eclipse be visible?

Korean people in Seoul and Shanghai will also see a partial Eclipse.

Tomorrow, 11 August, the inhabitants of the Earth will be able to watch the last partial solar Eclipse in 2018. It will take place on Saturday, August 11.

However, India will not be able to watch it and only certain parts of the world such as North and East Asia, Scandinavia in Europe, Iceland, Greenland and the icy regions of Canada around Nunavut and the Northwest Passage will be able to see it, the report said.

India to witness a partial Surya Grahan on 11 August 2018. On the other hand, the whole divine occasion will last till 12.32 pm GMT or 5.02 pm IST. The moon will cover approximately 73% of the sun when the eclipse is at its peak. "The moon took a little bit bigger bite out of the sun up here in Sweden", Spaceflash News tweeted. According to, because the moon is relatively smaller than Earth, the shadow is cast on a small area of the Earth's surface.

Where can you see it?

The eclipse ended at 8 p.m. local time, about half an hour before sunset. Protection glasses especially made for protection for eyes during solar eclipse should be used. Instead, they suggest the "Pinhole Projection" or the "Optical Protection" methods for viewing safety.

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