2018 will delight earthlings is the third solar Eclipse.
Saturday, 11 August, will delight the people on Earth the third and last in this year’s partial solar Eclipse. A solar Eclipse is an amazing astronomical phenomenon when the Moon partially or completely covers the Sun for observers from Earth. The last total Eclipse of the Earthmen saw 21 August 2017 – then the Moon was obscured by the solar disk at 100%. In a partial Eclipse the Moon covers only part of the Sun.
In the course of a year on Earth can occur from 2 to 5 solar eclipses. In 2018, people in some parts of the world had already seen two eclipses – 15 February and Friday 13 July. And here August 11 will be the third and final in 2018 solar Eclipse. But, given the characteristics of the orbits and placement of celestial bodies (Sun, Earth and moon), not all the inhabitants of the planet can real time to see it is an impressive sight.
Happens because during a partial Eclipse the center of the shadow of the moon “misses” by the Earth (is tangent) – that’s why there is no region with a total Eclipse. As a result, the trick of partial eclipses is that the Sun is closest to the horizon at the point of greatest Eclipse. That is why the area where you see a partial Eclipse, tend to be near the poles.
For example, the solar Eclipse of 15 February can be seen in some parts of Antarctica, the Atlantic ocean and southern South America. And the second Eclipse (13 July) can be seen in the ocean between Australia and Antarctica. In General, in 2018, to see a solar Eclipse most carried only a small number of people in the southern hemisphere and the local penguins. But the Eclipse of August 11, 2018 will be different.
Solar Eclipse of August 11: how it will affect all signs steakette fully
To see it in real time lucky residents of the Northern hemisphere – namely, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and North-East China, as well as those who live in Scandinavia, Estonia and Latvia, Greenland, the North-Eastern part of Russia and in Northern Canada (Canadian Arctic archipelago). And when the Sun will go, the Eclipse will see on the Korean Peninsula.
If you will be in the region where the solar Eclipse on August 11 will be visible, and you are going to watch – be sure to use special protective devices so as not to burn my eyes. And so, the solar Eclipse on August 11 will begin at 11:02 at 14:30 and its peak is expected at 12:46 (all Kyiv time). It will be a partial Eclipse of the 155-th of Saros.
For those who don’t know the Saros is a time interval, consisting of 223 synodic months (in astronomy is the period of time from one new moon to another), after which eclipses of the moon and Sun are approximately repeated in the same order. Simply put, the Saros is a period of the frequency of occurrence of solar and lunar eclipses. Thus, the Eclipse on 11 August will be a repetition after a Saros, the partial solar Eclipse observed on 31 July 2000. And here is the next partial Eclipse of this Saros is expected to be released August 21, 2036.
Solar eclipses for many centuries to frighten most people because they are considered a harbinger of disasters and misfortunes. And still many astrologers, esotericism, and other lovers of mysticism scare impressionable people negative predictions and forecasts for a few days before and after the eclipses. Now a solar Eclipse is more of a Grand free show which people organize the universe itself.