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Solar Eclipse 2018: Timings, Paths, Maps, Live Streaming

Solar Eclipse 2018 In July:- The Moon will pass in front of the Sun, casting its shadow over much of Southeast Asia in 2018 UT. People on the nearly 100-mile-wide path of totality will experience a total solar eclipse, in which all of the Sun’s bright face is blocked by the Moon, while people outside this path will see varying degrees of a partial eclipse. Solar Eclipse 2018 In July Image credits: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/E. Wright.

Solar Eclipse 2018

Solar Eclipse 2018 In July

People in parts of Southeast Asia will see the Sun in a new light on 13 July 2018 UT, during a total solar eclipse 2018 that will last over a minute in every location on its path.

Solar Eclipse 2018 Paths


As the Moon passes precisely between the Sun and Earth — a relatively rare occurrence that happens only about once a year because of the fact that the Moon and the Sun do not orbit in the exact same plane — it will block the Sun’s bright face, revealing the tenuous and comparatively faint solar atmosphere, total solar eclipse 2018 in July the corona.

Solar Eclipse 2018 Timings

“You notice something off about the sunlight as you reach totality,” said Sarah Jaeggli, a space scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, total solar eclipse who has seen two total solar eclipses. “Your surroundings take on a twilight cast, even though it’s daytime and the sky is still blue.“

The Moon blocks the light of the Sun’s surface very, very precisely,” said Jaeggli. Partial solar eclipse 2018“You can see all the way down to the roots of the corona, where the atmosphere meets the Sun’s surface.

Total Solar Eclipse 2018 In July

Totality will last for anywhere from one and a half to just over four minutes at each location, though more than three hours will pass between the time the westernmost location sees the eclipse begin and when the easternmost location sees the eclipse end.Solar Eclipse July People along the path of totality — which is over 8,800 miles long, but only 97 miles wide at the widest point — will have the opportunity to see the solar corona only while the Sun’s face is totally covered by the Moon.

Solar Eclipse 2018 Live

Total solar eclipses are more than just visually fascinating. Throughout the centuries they have played an important role in understanding the star we live with. During the Middle Ages, a total solar eclipse gave early astronomers their first recorded glimpse of the corona.

In an 1860 eclipse, astronomers witnessed what is believed to be the first recorded coronal mass ejection — the giant clouds of solar material that can erupt off the Sun and travel through space. NASA still studies coronal mass ejections today to understand how they can affect near-Earth space, where disturbances in Earth’s magnetic field can sometimes impact Solar Eclipse In July radio communications, onboard satellite electronics, and GPS.

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