March 20, 2015. Starting around 7:30 am from the northern Svalbard (Norway), for a couple of hours the sun in Europe will be hidden. It happens very rarely that the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth – the next time we get a full moon total eclipse like this one will be on Thursday, April 4, 2080. So lift your heads up, put on sunglasses, and enjoy nature’s special effects!

Silvia di Paolo

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