Posted September 27, 2018 07:29:59The sun is in a partial eclipse, which can happen on any day in September.
The moon is visible only from the western edge of the moon and is usually bright enough to see in the sky.
If you’re lucky, you can spot the eclipse from your backyard or in the distance.
But if you don’t, you’ll probably miss it.
So how do you track it?
Here are some tips for finding a partial solar eclipse:There are three ways to find a solar event: from the skyThe Moon is in the shadow of the Sun, so the Sun’s shadow will be at the far left edge of your view.
If the Sun is in shadow at that time, you won’t see it.
But if the Sun or moon is in view, the shadow will line up exactly with the horizon and the eclipse will occur at that point.
The Sun will be visible for a few minutes and then disappear.
If the eclipse is a total solar eclipse, the Sun will cast a long shadow in front of the Moon.
You’ll need to be at a fairly high vantage point to see the eclipse, and it will be difficult to see a lot of it.
The Moon will appear much smaller than the Sun as it sets, which makes it easier to spot.
You can also watch a solar eclipses from an unusual vantage point: in the backyard.
The Earth is in between the Sun and the Moon and the shadow is a perfect sphere.
This is called a partial phase eclipse, where the Moon is cast partially in front, but the Sun still shines directly through the shadow.
In the afternoon, it will still be visible to those who can see the shadow and have good field of view, but it will take longer to get a clear view.
When the eclipse occurs, you should be able to see it at about 4:45 p.m. in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
For western North America, you may have a better chance of seeing it by late evening.
For a better view of the sun and moon, try to view it from an angle where you can see through the clouds.
It’s best to be close to the edge of a building or a tall building, as the sun is more visible from higher ground.
The sun’s path is also visible from other places.
If you live in a city or area where there’s no shade, try seeing the eclipse at a distance.
You can even try using binoculars to get an overall view.
For other parts of the world, you might also want to consider using a telephoto lens.
Telephoto lenses let you see much farther than standard zoom lenses.
For example, you could be able see a solar corona in the Philippines or a partial coronal mass ejection (CME) in the U.K.