Solar Eclipse 2018

Solar Eclipse 2018 News

Total Solar Eclipse/Surya Grahan July 2, 2019: Facts, how to watch and safety tips

Total Solar Eclipse/Surya Grahan 2019: The Earth revolves around the Sun and the Moon revolves around the Earth. They are aligned perfectly only a fraction of times, otherwise you would have seen an eclipse once every month.

Solar Eclipse 2018: What is a partial solar eclipse, and how does it take place?

Solar Eclipse 2018: This partial solar eclipse will be directly visible to parts of the Northern Hemisphere, that does not include India.

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Partial Solar Eclipse 2018 today: Timings in India, visibility, how to watch, and more

Surya Grahan or Solar Eclipse 2018 Dates and Time in India: As per the predicted set of events, the partial solar eclipse will be visible on August 11 over 3 hours and 30 minutes.

Surya Grahan or Solar Eclipse 2018: Myths and superstitions

Surya Grahan or Solar Eclipse 2018: In ancient times, Greeks believed that a solar eclipse was a sign of angry gods and that it heralded disaster and destruction.

Partial solar eclipse 2018 on August 11: Visibility in India, timings, how to watch

Partial solar eclipse 2018 on August 11: Expected to last for 3 hours 30 minutes, tomorrow's partial solar eclipse will be visible over some parts of the Northern Hemisphere.

Partial Solar Eclipse 2018 on August 11: What is it, timings in India, and more

Partial Solar Eclipse 2018: Surya Grahan, or a partial solar eclipse, will take place over the early hours of August 11, and will be visible in parts of the Northern Hemisphere.

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Solar eclipse 2018: Locations where eclipse will be visible, timing, how to watch, etc

Solar Eclipse 2018: A partial Solar Eclipse is taking place today, February 15, 2018. However 2018 will not see any total solar eclipse events and this solar event will not be visible in India.

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