On August 11, the sun will be partially covered by moon. The Sun and the Moon are going to cross pathson this day.
Sky-gazers will get to see the third eclipse this season. After the blood moon on July 27, August 11 will see a partial solar eclipse.
You can have exclusive visibility of partial solar eclipse, up to 20 percent from Northern hemisphere depending on the location you live.
The list of places from where you can see the Partial solar eclipse on August 11 includes North and East Asia, Scandinavia in Europe, Iceland, Greenland and the icy regions of Canada around Nunavut and the Northwest Passage will be able to see it.
And India will not be able to watch it.