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Aug 10 (AZINS) The upcoming partial solar eclipse will take place on August 11, 2018. The eclipse, which will be visible from regions of the Northern hemisphere, will last three hours. The partial solar eclipse will be visible in the day starting at around 1:32 pm Indian Standard Time (IST), and will be visible till 5:02 PM IST. The solar eclipse, also known as Surya Grahan in India, will be visible across major parts of the Northern Hemisphere, though India will not get to see the event.

According to timeanddate.com, this will be the last eclipse – both solar and lunar – to be witnessed this year.

The partial solar eclipse is expected to take place during early hours of August 11, but only some parts of the planet will be able to witness it.

In order to showcase path of the eclipse, NASA has created a Goddard Space Flight Centre (GSFC) map. As per the suggestions of the map, partial solar eclipse 2018 will be seen over North Pole and eastern parts of Siberia. People in these regions will be able to witness 65% of the eclipse.

On August 11, sky-gazers will be excited to witness the third eclipse this season. Following the blood moon on July 27, a partial solar eclipse will be witnessed today.

However, India will not be able to watch it and only certain parts of the world such as North and East Asia, Scandinavia in Europe, Iceland, Greenland and the icy regions of Canada around Nunavut and the Northwest Passage will be able to see it, the report said.

Livestream information on the eclipse hasn't been released.

On July 27, A blood-red moon dazzled star gazers across much of the world on Friday when it moved into Earth's shadow for the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st Century.

From the Cape of Good Hope to the Middle East, and from the Kremlin to Sydney Harbour, thousands of people turned their eyes to the stars to watch the moon, which turned dark before shining orange, brown and crimson in the shadow.

The total eclipse lasted 1 hour, 42 minutes and 57 seconds, though a partial eclipse preceded and follows, meaning the moon will spend a total of nearly 4 hours in the Earth's umbral shadow, according to NASA.

However, it is also advised that 'Surya Grahan' is not to be watched with bare eyes and it should only be observed with special glasses available in the market. Watching Surya Grahan with bare eyes may damage our eye-sight.