Partial solar eclipse: All you need to know

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During a solar Eclipse, the Moon passes between the Earth and the sun, casting a shadow on our planet.

About this to Ukrainian news. While in a lunar eclipse, the Earth comes in between the moon and the sun. Although, this myth gains traction around the time of a total solar eclipse, some people refuse to cook or eat even during partial eclipses. 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. A partial eclipse occurs when the moon covers only part of the sun's disk. Moreover, the last Eclipse fell on Friday.

This partial solar eclipse will be directly visible to parts of the Northern Hemisphere, though this does not include India. Eastern Time and move over the northeastern edges of Canada, including parts of Nunavut, before reaching Greenland, Iceland and the northern parts of Europe, Russia and China. The eclipse will last for three hours and 28 minutes, the third and final this year.

What time is the solar eclipse?

Where can you see it?

However, there are many types of glasses available in the market to see the solar eclipse.

Although in India, skywatchers won't be able to watch the partial solar eclipse.

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A solar eclipse is a celestial phenomenon that occurs when the moon, the sun and the Earth are aligned in a straight line.

The solar Eclipse on 11 August will be the last in the series of phenomena, which astrologers call "the corridor of eclipses 2018".

Astrophotographer Xavier Jubier took this photo of the partial solar eclipse of August 11, 2018 over Yakutsk, Russia.

Those who reside in areas where the eclipse will be visible, must be warned that they should not look at the Sun directly.

A solar eclipse is damaging to the eyes as looking at the Sun can cause what's known as "eclipse blindness".

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