Saturday sees the third, last and best solar eclipse of 2018


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On Saturday, August 11, 2018, a large Partial eclipse will be visible from the northern hemisphere a few hours before the peak of the annual Perseids meteor shower.

It comes two weeks after a total lunar eclipse on July 27, 2018 and four weeks after another partial eclipse on July 13 2018.

In no time will the sun be completely covered by the moon as it was August 21, 2017 from a road that stretched across the United States so Sun protection goggles must always be worn to avoid serious eye damage. All photographic equipment needs filters in place.

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“Every eclipse is interesting,” says Jay Pasachoff, astronomy professor at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, which is heading to Kiruna, Sweden within the circle of poles. “It’s a relatively large occult site of 25% compared with the 10% we had in Tasmania last month, or 16% or so we had in Buenos Aires in February .” In Kiruna, the sunset in Kiruna is on Saturday at. 11:14, Pasachoff sees the eclipse of the 1945 Eclipse of 19459017 in Belgium and General Assembly of International Astronomical Union (IAU) beginning August 20 in Vienna, Austria. Pasachoff has looked at 68 solar eclipses.

His “Crescent Sun” is best seen from Siberia and northeastern Canada, but northern Scandinavia, Svalbard in Norway, most of Russia, Greenland, northern China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan will see a piece taken from the sun. Observers on Scotland’s long northern coast will shine the moon just biting the sun.

From a photographic perspective, the main attraction is to see a darkened sunrise or set. “I’ll leave Yakutsk, Eastern Siberia tomorrow where obscuration will be 57% about an hour before sunset,” said Xavier Jubier from Paris, France a member of the IAU Solar Eclipse Working Group who & nbsp; has developed & nbsp; a site for interactive eclipse maps . “I will go back in January [for a 56% partial solar eclipse] because this place is near the coldest inhabited place on earth .” Verkhoyansk, Oymyakon and Yakutsk are the only places in the world with a temperature range greater than 100 ° C / 180 ° F. In Yakutsk, the eclipse will reach 57% at 19:13

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It’s no coincidence that it will take 15 days after a total lunar eclipse and 29 days after another partial solar eclipse. When the moon’s path intersects the eclipse (the apparent path of the sun) at the moon or moon, it causes a sun or lunar eclipse. You usually follow the other, but this year there are three in a row.

The Partial Solar Eclipse on July 13, 2018 was captured by Mirko Harnisch from Stewart Island, New Zealand, by Pasacoff and Schoppmeyer from Tasmania, Australia and by Padraic Koen, whose image from Port Elliott, South Australia, made NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day & nbsp; Nibble on the sun. “

The following partial solar eclipse will take place on January 6, 2019, when locations in the North Pacific and North East Asia can see a maximum of 62% darkened sun. Soon after January 21, 2019, the next total eclipse of darkness to be seen from North and South America, Europe and North West Africa.

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A Partial Solar Eclipse from Tasmania, Australia, July 13, 2018. Credit: Jay Pasachoff Jay Pasachoff

On Saturday, August 11, 2018, a large partial solar eclipse will be visible from the Northern Hemisphere a few hours before the peak of the annual Perseids meteor shower.

It comes two weeks after a total lunar eclipse on July 27, 2018 and four weeks after another partial eclipse on July 13, 2018. [19659003] The sun will never be completely covered by the moon as it was August 21, 2017 from a road that stretched across the United States. Sunglasses must always be used to avoid serious eye damage. All photographic equipment will need to filter in place.

It must not allow a shine of the sun’s corona, as a total solar eclipse does, but throughout 2018, Saturday’s partial solar eclipse is the best available. And eclipse chasers are already in place.

“Every eclipse is interesting,” said Jay Pasachoff, astronomy professor at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, which is heading to Kiruna, Sweden in the circle of poles. “It’s a relatively large occult site of 25% compared with the 10% we had in Tasmania last month, or the 16% we had in Buenos Aires in February.” In Kiruna, the eclipse passes on Saturday at. 11:14 am Pasachoff looks at the eclipse of last week’s Solar Eclipse Conference in Belgium and the General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU), commencing on August 20 in Vienna, Austria. Pasachoff has looked at 68 solar eclipses. T His “Crescent Sun” is best seen from Siberia and northeastern Canada, but northern Scandinavia, Svalbard in Norway, most of Russia, Greenland, northern China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan will see a piece taken from the sun. Observers on Scotland’s long northern coast will glimpse the moon that only bites the sun.

From a photographic perspective, the main attraction is to see a darkened sunrise or set. “I’m leaving tomorrow for Yakutsk, Eastern Siberia where obscuration will be 57% about an hour before sunset,” said Xavier Jubier from Paris, France a member of the IAU Solar Eclipse Working Group, which has developed a website for interactive eclipse maps. “I will go back in January [for a 56% partial solar eclipse] because this place is close to the coldest inhabited place on earth.” Verkhoyansk, Oymyakon and Yakutsk are the world’s only places with a temperature range of 100 ° C / 180 ° F. In Yakutsk, the eclipse will reach 57% at 19:13.

Jubier’s map shows exact obscuration and other details for all places on the planet, while this eclipse counter provides local times for specific locations. Another n oted eclipse chaser, Jörg Schoppmeyer from Hachen, Germany will look at a 10% partial eclipse from Oulu in Finland, which peaks at 12:18

It is no coincidence that it occurs 15 days after a total lunar eclipse and 29 days after another partial eclipse. When the moon’s path intersects the eclipse (the apparent path of the sun) at the moon or moon, it causes a sun or lunar eclipse. You usually follow the other, but this year there are three in a row.

The partial solar eclipse of July 13, 2018 was captured by Mirko Harnisch of Stewart Island, New Zealand, by Pasacoff and Schoppmeyer from Tasmania, Australia, and by Padraic Koen, whose portrait from Port Elliott, South Australia, made NASA’s astronomy image of the day “a snap on the sun”.

The next partial solar eclipse will occur on January 6, 2019 when locations in the North Pacific and North East Asia can see a maximum of 62% darkened sun. Immediately after January 21, 2019, the next lunar eclipse will be seen from North and South America, Europe and North West Africa.

Limitation of Liability: I am the Editor of WhenIsTheNextEclipse.com

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