Best Places to Watch the 2015 Total Solar Eclipse.

This Friday marks the first day of spring. Coincidently, it also marks the day when many will experience another celestial event. For the first time since Nov. 3, 2013, the moon will completely cover the sun, resulting in a total solar eclipse. Unfortunately, only a small part of the world will be able to see it. Those in Ireland, Great Britain, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland will likely be the only people who are able witness the natural phenomenon.


For those in the United States, you won’t have the chance to see a total solar eclipse until August 2017. If you don’t want to wait that long, Space.com will be showing a live broadcast of eclipse on March 20. If you do happen to be in Europe, here are some of the best places to watch the total solar eclipse.




Best Places to Watch the 2015 Total Solar Eclipse.

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