Don’t forget to watch the sky next week!

Sky gazers will be treated to a celestial show – a ‘total solar eclipse’ with the sky turning dark between March 8, Tuesday and March 9, Wednesday.A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the earth and the sun, almost completely blocking the light of the sun. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon’s shadow falls on Earth.The eclipse will be partially viewable to people living in Australia, East Asia and Southeast Asia beginning at 23:19 UTC on March 8.In India, the celestial event will be partially visible in North East on March 9.Scientists said totality will last for anywhere from one and a half to just over four minutes at each location.