Scientists say that there is the influence of the Eclipse on biological processes on Earth.
People who are planning to view the partial eclipse should make sure to wear proper glasses to protect their eyes from the sun (eyewear is not required to look at lunar eclipses).
In fact, the greatest eclipse - where only about one-third of the sun's diameter will be eclipsed by the passing new moon - will occur on Antarctica, near Peterson Bank, where an emperor penguin colony now exists (although it may not in the future; the colony's exact location continually changes, due to changing ice conditions).More news: McDonald's Removing Salads From 3000 Stores After Illness
A solar eclipse or Surya Grahan is going to occur today when the moon will obstruct the way between the sun and the earth. Solar eclipse will be in India at 1:30 in July. The partial eclipse will last for 3 hours and 55 minutes.
There will also be a partial lunar eclipse on July 16, 2019, visible from South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
Another eclipse is Lunar eclipse that will be taking place in this month.
Throughout the partial eclipse happening this week, the Earth will pass through the moon's broad shadow cone, called the penumbra, and a sliver of sunlight will evaporate into darkness.More news: Behind the numbers for France and Croatia
If you live in an area of the world where the lunar eclipse is not visible, you can still experience a spectacular sky show. The superstitions also go to the extent of asserting that moving out during the eclipse or watching it may cause one to give birth to a deformed baby. NASA's Space experts at Goddard Space Flight Centre (GSFC) predicted this to be visible along the Southern Coastline of Australia and the southernmost tips of New Zealand.
Recall that brought humanity the February solar Eclipse.
The moon's shadow will mostly fall over the open ocean waters that lie between Australia and Antarctica - the region where the Indian and Pacific oceans merge.More news: Pakistan crush Zimbabwe by 201 runs in first ODI