Total Solar Eclipse

There will be a total solar eclipse ton March 20. I’ve witnessed a solar eclipse before, with some of my children. I was looking forward to watching this one with my youngest kids. A solar eclipse is a great chance to learn more about our solar system.

Unfortunately, if you don’t live in the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans region, you won’t be able to witness it live. Those in Greenland, Iceland, and the United Kingdom have it made, though. lol

Don’t worry, though! The rest of us can watch it live online! Visit Total Solar Eclipse for two websites that will be showing this years total solar eclipse live. You will also find out more about the path of the solar eclipse.

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  1. Hello Linda.

    Here we are in the depths of England, the eclipse tomorrow is headline news and the papers are full of advice on observing it. Mind you if somebody read all the advice then they would be too busy doing that to observe the eclipse.

    The forecast for tomorrow is cloudy so that will put the dampers on the event for a few people.

    Love the blog by the way, slowly working my way through all the articles, I will get through them all at some stage no doubt.
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