After the Super Bloody Blue Moon Eclipse on January 31, the sky is preparing to host a new hold. The countdown for the first Partial Solar Eclipse of 2018 has begun. When will the Partial Solar Eclipse occur?
After last week's Super Bloody Blue Moon eclipse, the countdown for a new visual feast in the sky began.
The much anticipated 'Partial Solar Eclipse' will take place today. This eclipse will start at 18.55 and end at 22.47.
SHOULD WE SEE AFRICA TO SEE PARTS SUN?
This eclipse that can be observed from most of Antarctica and south of South America will not be observed in our country.
WHAT ARE THE SOLAR SOLUTIONS?
With the Moon in front of the Sun, the Solar Eclipse comes into the water. If the Moon can not close the Sun completely, it is called the Partial Solar Eclipse. In this eclipse, the moon will cover 60 percent of the sun.
But this is not the only sky event you need to watch in 2018. Here are the highly anticipated sky events of this year ...
July 13: Partial solar eclipse can be traced from Antarctica and south of Australia.
July 27: Full moon closure from Europe, Africa, West and Central Asia and Western Australia.
August 11: Partial solar eclipses can be seen in Canada's north east, Greenland, northern Europe, and North Asia's east.
On 12 and 13 August you can watch the Perseid meteor shower, where 60 meteors per hour fall.
On the 13th and 14th of December, 120 meteorites will fall in the Geminid meteor shower.