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.
Last solar eclipse of 2018 will start at 01:02 pm PST while, it will end at 04:21 pm PST. The solar eclipse time in India will be between 1.32 pm and and 5.02 pm.
Where can you see it?
People in northern China will on Saturday afternoon get to experience the only solar eclipse visible to the country this year. "It can cause eye damage". There is a myth that even chopping vegetables, fruits or any other eatables while the solar eclipse lasts, can contaminate or poison the food.
A solar eclipse is basically the opposite of a lunar eclipse, like the one that happened on July 27.
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. In case of a total lunar eclipse, Earth comes between the Sun and Moon's path, and blocks sunlight from reaching the satellite.
What time is the solar eclipse?The most of the Solar eclipse 2018 in August will appear in the Northern part of the World. Depending on where one lives, the sun will be partially hidden behind the moon. Addressing this particular belief of poisonous food during a solar eclipse, NASA had said a year ago, "Related to the false idea of harmful solar rays is that during a total solar eclipse, some kind of radiation is produced that will harm your food".
According to many experts, one should not watch the solar eclipse with naked eyes and there are specific glasses to watch it with which are available in the market. Skywatchers should use binoculars, a telescope or optical camera viewfinder to watch the eclipse.