New Delhi: Skygazers it’s your day as a part of the Sun will appear to be covered by the Moon’s shadow. This celestial phenomenon called a partial solar eclipse will result in the Sun being visible as a crescent or as a disk with a hollow centre. The nature and extent of this eclipse will vary from location to location, and those residing in India will be unable to see the Solar eclipse.
Partial Solar Eclipse 2018: Timings in India
As per the predicted set of events, the partial solar eclipse will be visible between 9.02am GMT and 12.32pm GMT. As per Indian time, the eclipse will take place from around 1:32pm and 5:02pm. As per the path traced by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Centre, the August 11 partial solar eclipse is expected to play out over northern Canada, north-eastern US, Greenland, Scandinavia, most of Siberia, and some parts of central Asia.