Published: Sun, July 15, 2018
Research | By Jody Lindsey

Solar Eclipse: Everything You Need to Know About the Upcoming Partial Eclipse

Solar Eclipse: Everything You Need to Know About the Upcoming Partial Eclipse

"People who are sick or exhausted, may not fast during the eclipse period". In addition, we showed a photo of such a unique phenomenon as the blood Moon. Solar eclipse will be in India at 1:30 in July. If you would like to experience the event fully and want to know the best times to view it, look no further. Meanwhile, the social media is abuzz over several speculations related to Solar Eclipse, mainly because this solar eclipse falls on 13th date and on Friday. According to reports from scientific labs, this year's lunar eclipse will be the longest in the 21 century records.

While it won't be anything like the 2017 total solar eclipse, there is a partial solar eclipse coming up this week. Solar eclipse will be partially visible in India, and people of India can see eclipse via a live web stream of NASA.Solar eclipse comes with three steps- First of all, the moon blocks the Sun and then the maximum range of eclipse occur.

Because the moon's shadow is relatively small, the number of places which get to see a solar eclipse is very limited. See his will in New Zealand, Australia, Antarctica.

The eclipse will take place in the early afternoon for Australians-that's Thursday night in the USA -with different regions catching different moments of the event.

On July 31, Mars, the fourth planet from the Sun, will be 57.6 million kilometres from Earth, the closest it has been since 2003 when it came within 55.7 million kilometres, which was the nearest in almost 60,000 years.

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Another event The Blood moon is salted for the night of July 27. The full moon will be a problem, blocking out all but the brightest meteors.

There will be a total lunar eclipse on July 27 and another partial solar eclipse on August 11.

Why solar eclipse should not be seen with naked eyes?

The eclipse is expected to last around one hour and four minutes from start to finish. Many areas in South America, Europe, the Pacific, Central Asia, and Africa will be able to enjoy the wonderful sights filling their sky, but there will be other chances for those in different parts of the world.

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