First partial solar eclipse Surya Grahan 2018 will be observed on February 15th and as per the astrological predictions, the eclipse will not be visible in India. The eclipse will only be seen in Southern America, Uruguay and Brazil. Eclipse will begin to appear in the Antarctic from 5: 43 in the evening and will remain in the evening up to 7:34 pm.
Surya Grahan 2018 In India
India will not be able to become the witness of all three partial eclipse. According to the scientists, taking safety measures is important before observing the solar eclipse, observing the solar eclipse with naked eyes can be dangerous.
Solar Eclipse 2018 – How To Watch in India
Unfortunately, the partial solar eclipse won’t be visible in India and many parts of the world. There will be a live stream from NASA for the solar eclipse and you can tune in to our website for the live updates and live stream.
It is considered that observing the solar eclipse with naked eyes can be dangerous, even if it is a partial solar eclipse. According to the scientists, taking safety measures is important before observing the solar eclipse.If you ignore these recommendations, you can lose your eyesight instantaneously or permanently.
Also, it can have a bad effect on the nerves of the brain. The occurrence of the solar eclipse occurs when the Moon, the Sun and the Earth are in a straight line. In the partial solar eclipse, the sun and the Sun do not come in the full line, from which the Moon does not completely obliterate the Sun. In the complete solar eclipse, the moon covers the sun completely, so that the sun’s light does not reach the Earth.