The last solar eclipse of 2018 will occur on 11th August 2018. It will be a partial eclipse and will also be witnessed in Pakistan.
Last solar eclipse of 2018 will start at 01:02 pm PST while, it will end at 04:21 pm PST.
This weekend’s solar eclipse will be a partial eclipse of the sun, not the spectacular total solar eclipse that thrilled millions last year.
It will be visible from most of Asia, far northern Europe, Iceland, and Greenland, as well as from a slice of northern and eastern Canada. The last solar eclipse of the year 2018 will occur today (Saturday).
Space experts have prohibited directly viewing the eclipse without having proper safety measures.
A solar eclipse occurs when the moon gets between Earth and the sun, and the moon casts a shadow over Earth. A solar eclipse can only take place at the phase of the new moon when the moon passes directly between the sun and Earth and its shadows fall upon Earth’s surface.
First solar eclipse of 2018 happened in the beginning of the year on February 15 while the second solar eclipse occurred on July 13.