This year's last solar eclipse in Asia and northern Europe on Saturday

Doug Carpenter
August 14, 2018

In addition, the solar Eclipse causes the people and animals anxiety, can develop a state of inner dissonance. Earlier, in 2018, the solar eclipse was seen on 15th February and 13th July. Then, the eclipse will move over Mongolia, China and South and North Korea, ending at about 11.30am UT - at nearly three hours and a half after it began. You'll have to wait until January 21, 2019 for the next eclipse.

To celebrate the last eclipse of the season, here's everything you need to know to prepare for the August 11 partial solar eclipse.

Will this solar eclipse reach totality?

As the three bodies are found in a straight line, residents from some parts of the Earth will find part of the Sun blocked by the Moon's shadow. The third and last one is taking place on August 11 and will swing over the North Pole.

Mr Kumar, however, said among the five Eclipses, only two eclipses (Lunar) were visible from India this year. In Lunar eclipse, earth comes between Sun and Moon.

In Ukraine, unfortunately, opportunities to observe this Eclipse will not. While during the solar eclipse, the sun is obscured by the moon stopping sunlight to reach the Earth; in partial solar eclipse, the moon obscures only a portion of the sun when viewed from Earth wherein the sun appears as a disc.

According to astronomer Eleanor Imster, the total solar eclipse "will be visible along a narrow path cutting across the South Pacific, Chile and Argentina".

It is believed that during the solar eclipse, the Tulsi and Shami plants should not be touched.

Physicians added to the core to ease the impact of the Eclipse on the body, you can drink a few drops of "medical brandy" tincture of hawthorn.

The solar eclipse will be visible in Russian Federation, northern parts of China, Mongolia, Northern Europe and northern Canada as well as the Arctic Ocean.

Korean people in Seoul and Shanghai, the Moon will cover 35% and 20% of the Sun. However, according to the worldwide time, the partial solar eclipse will start from 8 a.m. 2 min and end at 11.30 am. Nasa advises to use eye protection like special eclipse glasses should be used to witness the solar eclipse. According to Nasa, it is risky to see solar eclipses through naked eyes. Others will only see 5% of it disappear as if the Moon took a small bite from the Sun. Skywatchers should use binoculars, a telescope or optical camera viewfinder to watch the eclipse.

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