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After 44 years Solar Eclipse take place on July 13, 2018

After 44 years Solar Eclipse take place on July 13, 2018

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  13 July 2018 7:46 AM GMT

Guwahati: Solar eclipse take place on July 13 in 44 years. As the eclipse will last for about an hour and 13 minutes. Its started at 7:18:23 AM IST and continue till 8:31:05 AM. The eclipse is visible who lives in South-Eastern coast of Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand’s Stewart Island and the northern coast of Antarctica. The event will also be live-streamed. This year on 11 August the next partial solar eclipse will again take place.

A solar eclipse occurs when the moon come in the orbit between The Sun and The Earth and a cast of shadow appear on the sun. In partial Solar Eclipse The Moon casts a shadow on the Sun’s surface. During the Solar Eclipse today, the Sun will take crescent –shaped over Australia and Antarctica, and the next partial Solar eclipse on August 11 will appear over the North pole, Northern Europe and parts of northern and eastern Asia.

The 13 july Solar Eclipse is observe from Australia and northern Antarctica . The parts of southern Australia and the eclipse will be also visible which include, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart as well as Stewart Island on the South of New Zealand.

Precautions are advised to view the phenomenon as the event might direct undue radiation toward Earth. the Sun can be watched through a pinhole camera and use solar filters for their devices to click photos or shoot videos.

Another event The Blood moon is salted for the night of July 27. This time the Blood Moon is estimate to last over 100 minutes and its is expected to be the cast larger shadow over earth than it was previously Recorded on the moon. Its is expected that this time The Blood Moon will be visible in India as well, in addition to many parts of Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

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