New Delhi: This year has been a treat for the sky gazers. After the 'Super Blue Blood Moon', that occurred on January 31 and Partial solar eclipse on February 15, another partial solar eclipse on July 13, and the Blood Moon on July 27-28, another celestial event will take place on August 11.
It will be another partial solar eclipse which is expected to occur in the countries in the Northern Hemisphere. The partial solar eclipse will begin at around 8:02 am over Greenland.
The Sun will gradually move towards Asia and the solar eclipse will be at its peak at around 9:46 am. It will near its end at around 11:30 am, according to express.co.uk.
The solar eclipse wouldn't be visible in India. The Blood Moon on July 27-28 was not visible in North American countries.
It was the longest Lunar Eclipse or Purna Chandra Grahan of the century.