IMAGE: TOURISM QUEENSLAND
The moment of a total solar eclipse is observed at Cape Tribulation in Queensland state, Australia, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012.
When and how to watch Friday’s total eclips…
BY JESSICA PLAUTZ & BLATHNAID HEALY
A total solar eclipse is coming on Friday, between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. GMT, and is sure to captivate people across Europe who will be able to see part of it.
The rare event will be visible in a wide swath of the Northern Hemisphere, seen as a total eclipse in the Faroe Islands and Svalbard, and as a partial eclipse all the way from Scotland to northern Africa.
IMAGE: MASHABLE, BOB AL-GREENE
The solar eclipse will occur when the sun, moon and Earth are aligned so that the moon’s shadow reaches the surface of the Earth.
If you aren’t in the path of the eclipse, you can still watch online. Check…
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