The shadow will move from Greenland, part of North America to northern Europe and northeastern Asia. It adds by saying, "If someone is accidentally food-poisoned with potato salad during an eclipse, some might argue that the event was related to the eclipse itself even though hundreds of other people at the same location were not at all affected".
Where can you see it?Having arrived at the ascending node nearly too late for the partial solar eclipse on July 13, the moon now passes the same node nearly too early. Never look at the solar eclipse directly as it could blind you or lead to severe eye damage. This is because the moon needs to be between the sun and the earth for the eclipse to take place. After one of the longest Lunar Eclipse/ Chandra grahan on 27 July, India is all set to witness the next eclipse of the year on 11 August. While in a lunar eclipse, the Earth comes in between the moon and the sun. Depending on where one lives, the sun will be partially hidden behind the moon.
People are also advised not to eat during solar eclipse.
But so central was the July 27 lunar eclipse, with the moon passing nearly directly through the middle of Earth's shadow, that it allowed for not just one, but two partial solar eclipses: one that occurred two weeks before the lunar eclipse, and another on august 11 (two weeks afterward).
Because of the moon's orbit, either two weeks before or after a total lunar eclipse, the moon reaches the opposite side of its orbit and crosses the ecliptic again - this time, at new-moon phase - resulting in an eclipse of the sun. The previous one had occurred on February 26, 1979. But by then, the axis of its shadow passes well to the north of Earth. According to NASA, twice a year, the moon's orbit crosses paths with the sun's orbit for 34 days when up to three eclipses can happen.