Are You Watching? // The Solar Eclipse

The Solar eclipse will be visible from the Scunthorpe tomorrow (Friday March 20).
Last time we saw the Eclipse was back in August 1999, did you see it then?…Did you get a photo and where did you watch it?

This will be the last chance to catch the eclipse until it next comes around in August 2026.

To those watching in North Lincolnshire almost 90 per cent of the Sun will be obscured by the Moon.

Be aware there are risks of staring at the sun so take care if you are watching it tomorrow.

The Eclipse will begin just before 8.30am. It will slowly move over the Sun before reaching maximum eclipse at around 9.34am.

The Moon will then continue to move over the face of the Sun before the eclipse finally ends shortly before 10.45am.

Published by Scunthorpe Nights

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