Skywatchers in other parts of Africa, Europe and Asia will see a partial eclipse.
The first partial solar eclipse of 2019 will take place on January 6.
Later in the month, the first Lunar Eclipse of 2019 will plunge Earth into a gloomy shade of red.
During a lunar eclipse, the Moon can turn red from the shadow of Earth, earning it the nickname Blood Moon.More news: Apple Trolls Google & Amazon With Billboard at CES
Precautions to take while watching the solar eclipse By now we all know it's not safe to look directly at the sun during a solar eclipse. The phenomenon will lats for till 03:48:46 UTC. It will be visible in parts of Northeast Asia and North Pacific.
Reportedly, it will be visible after sunrise in China, North and South Korea, Japan, Russia and over the North Pacific Ocean and the Aleutian Islands, and including a tiny portion of Alaska before sunset.
The eclipse will be appearing as a partial solar eclipse where the moon will hide approximately 71.5 percent of full solar disk at the greatest of a first partial solar eclipse, Dr Beshir Marzouk, astronomer expert at QCH, said.More news: Eagles' Treyvon Hester tipped Cody Parkey field goal attempt
Penumbral Eclipse begins. The Earth's penumbra start touching the Moon's face.
Traditionally, eclipses are considered to be inauspicious as the Sun is not clearly visible during a solar eclipse and could lead to an increase in bacteria and germs.
What is a partial solar eclipse? Scientists also suggest that the safe way to witness the partial solar eclipse is to watch it through special goal solar filters or hand-held solar viewers. National Geographic reports that the entire show, from partial coverage before and after the eclipse, will last for over three hours so it's going to be quite the fantastic show.
During totality, the moon's surface will turn a copper-orange colour due to the sunlight refracting through our atmosphere.More news: PG&E stock plummets after report it's eyeing bankruptcy filing
Total Eclipse ends. Total moon eclipse ends. People are recommended to use pinhole cameras or special solar eclipse protection glasses to watch this partial solar eclipse.