Today, earthlings will be able to see the solar Eclipse

Rodiano Bonacci
Luglio 15, 2018

On July 31, Mars, the fourth planet from the Sun will be 57.6 million km from Earth, the closest it has been since 2003.

Truth be told, not many people will see this partial eclipse, thanks to its location: The moon's shadow will mostly fall over the open ocean waters that lie between Australia and Antarctica - the region where the Indian and Pacific oceans merge. However, the US residents will be unable to view the lunar eclipse, but people populating most regions of Eastern Hemisphere will be able to witness it partially. Sources claim that during the total lunar eclipse, the Earth casts a reddish-orange shadow on the Moon's surface.

How to Watch a Supermoon eclipse on Friday 13th, 2018 - Earth hasn't seen a solar panel collapse on a Friday the 13th because of December 1974. "The duration makes it the longest total lunar eclipse of this century (2001 AD to 2100 AD)", revealed a statement released by the Ministry of Earth Sciences. Kiev time the solar Eclipse will begin on July 13 at 4:48, the maximum peak will reach in 6:02. The period of totality during this eclipse will last for 1 hour and 2 minutes. Also, the Eclipse will be able to see explorers in the Northern part of Antarctica.

In the night from 12 to 13 July 2018 there will be a partial solar Eclipse. The eclipse seasons are actually less than six months apart, by about 19 days, so they keep falling back that much earlier each year.

Scientists have put forward myriad observations related to the total lunar eclipse. Then the Moon will start to gradually come out of Earth's shadow and partial eclipse will end at 3h 49m IST on July 28. Not only that, it will be a full lunar Eclipse, it still will be quite long, nearly four hours.

Recall that brought humanity the February solar Eclipse. Solar Eclipse 2018 which is due to be held on July 13 will be visible in Western Australia and other neighboring islands. The people who deal in such events must also use proper safety equipment to look at any type of solar eclipse. In addition, we showed a photo of such a unique phenomenon as the blood Moon.

Mr Raghunandan Kumar, founder secretary of the Planetary Society, said the eclipse was estimated to last beyond 100 minutes.

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