Everything you need to know about 2018’s ‘best’ solar eclipse
Moscow, Oslo, Reykjavik, Nuuk, Astana and Seoul will see the moon take a big chunk out of the sun
Visible from the extreme north of North America, Greenland, Iceland, northern Europe and Scandinavia, and much of Asia, the north Siberian shore will experience a big 73.6% eclipse of the sun as it sets. A good place to be would be Seoul in South Korea for a setting eclipsed sun. Moscow, Oslo, Reykjavik, Nuuk, and Astana will also be in a good position. It’s just detectable from Scotland, where less than 1% of the sun will be eclipsed by the moon from Shetland and the Orkney Islands.
When is the next Partial Solar Eclipse? That’s on January 5-6, 2019.
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