Are you ready to witness the second eclipse of the season - a partial solar eclipse or Aanshik Surya Grahan on February 15, 2018. Well this is special as it comes two weeks after the "Super Blue Blood Moon" on January 31.
However, the partial solar eclipse 2018 will be visible in southern South America, including many locations in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay, and in Antarctica. It will also be visible from some areas of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
While the partial solar eclipse will not be visible to Indians, so the only way once watch is through LIVE web stream of NASA that will showcase this spectacle on NASA's website, Youtube channel and periscope @NASA.
According to www.timeanddate.com, the Coordinated Universal Time or UTC of the partial solar eclipse will be visible at:
The partial eclipse will begin on February 15 at 6:55 PM. The eclipse will reach its maximum at 8:51 PM and the last location to see the partial eclipse would be at 10:47 PM.
The Indian Standard Time or IST of the partial solar eclipse is as follows:The partial eclipse will begin on February 16 at 12:25 AM. The eclipse will reach its maximum at 2:21 AM and the last location to see the partial eclipse would be at 4:17 AM.