Total solar eclipse 2016: How to watch, where to watch, USA to miss, India to enjoy it
Total solar eclipse is going to give a great time to the space enthusiasts across the world. Though the solar eclipse will be witnessed in some parts of the world and others will not experience it, technology has enabled us to share everything so easy.
This means that people in every part of the world will be able to watch total solar eclipse despite living far away from the ground zero, or where it will be visible.
Total solar eclipse 2016 will be live streamed on Slooh.Com and you will be able to watch the total eclipse of the sun almost the same time people in that particular area will be able to watch.
The total solar eclipse will take place across Southeast Asia and the Pacific Ocean next week. Indonesia will get the best view Wednesday, especially in central portions of Borneo and Sumatra. Most of the solar eclipse will be over the open ocean of the Pacific.
On the other hand, partial eclipse of the sun will be visible in China, the Koreas, Japan, the Philippines, Australia and portions of Hawaii. In Honolulu, 63% of the sun will be covered, according to Sky and Telescope, but because of the International Date Line, Hawaiians will see the event Tuesday afternoon. The maximum eclipse will occur about an hour before sunset at 5:37 p.m. local time Tuesday.
Despite the enthusiasm, people need to take precaution in watching the solar eclipse. Directly watching the sun may leave you blind for the rest of your life.