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How to view tomorrow’s eclipse and when


On Thursday morning (June 10th 2021) the UK will observe a partial eclipse.

The moon will pass between the earth and the sun and for viewers in the UK it will cover up to 38% of the sun.

In the UK the further north the more of the sun will be obscured.

Across the Moorlands and Cheshire East the eclipse will begin shortly after 10:05am and finish at around 12:25, with the height of the eclipse where the fullest coverage occurring at around 11:15.

A cloudier day than we’ve seen recently is predicted which could affect those wanting to see the eclipse.

WARNING! looking at the sun even during an eclipse is dangerous and could damage your eyes.

The royal astronomical society has provided a guide of how to view the eclipse safely.

https://ras.ac.uk/outreach/annular-eclipse-10-june-2021-viewing-it-safely


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