About the Eclipse

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On Friday 20th March 2015, A total solar eclipse will occur across the far northern regions of Europe and the Artic. The eclipse’s longest duration of totality will be 2 minutes and 46 seconds off the northern coast of the Faroe Islands. This will be the last total solar eclipse in Europe for over a decade. The next being not until August 12, 2026.

The Eclipse Path

The Partial Eclipse

NASA’s Global Eclipse Map

Viewing the Eclipse

Weather Prospects

What will happen? What will it look like?

 

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