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In Lunar eclipse, the Earth comes in between the Sun and the Moon which results in stop sunrays reaching the Moon. The last solar eclipse of the year 2018 will occur today (Saturday). The solar eclipse will take place on August 11, 2018 and will be visible to only some parts of the globe- countries that lie in the northern hemisphere of the globe. 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. Sun eclipse can also be seen with the help of telescope or pinhole camera. The eclipse ended at 8 p.m. local time, about half an hour before sunset. You can check out the path of the eclipse from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Centre (GSFC) map.
The eclipse will occur on Saturday, August 11. In case of solar eclipse too, you need to take care of the same precautions. In both the case either of the two - Sun and Moon - are not visible to the people of earth.
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.
The solar Eclipse on 11 August will be held from 11:02 to 14:30 Kiev time, and its peak is expected at 12:46.
Those who reside in areas where the eclipse will be visible, must be warned that they should not look at the Sun directly.
Jubier said he plans to return to Siberia for the next partial solar eclipse on January 6, 2019. Protection glasses especially made for protection for eyes during solar eclipse should be used.