There’s another solar eclipse this weekend with the winter solstice upon us!
It’s a spooky time of year, as we experience the shortest day with the least amount of daylight.
The eclipse this weekend is an annual event and the moon will be shifting in front of the sun creating this ‘ring of fire’ effect.
You can check out what to expect here:
Unfortunately only those in Northern Australia and Southern parts of Asia will be able to experience this.
However if you’re keen to watch it live, there are some legends that have set up live streams for you so you can experience your ‘Heros’ moment including Time and Date and the Virtual Telescope Project, which start their broadcast from 3.30pm Sunday 21 June 2020.
With state restrictions still in place, the livestream will be the only way for most of us Sydney-siders to experience it!
after several months of work, i am glad to share my large FOV image of the #solareclipse2019 observed from @cerrotololo ! this was made possible thanks to @NikonFR and @cieletespace. More information on my website:https://t.co/LMfTuAwr4p pic.twitter.com/5kgeQhytLN
— Nicolas Lefaudeux (@NLefaudeux) January 29, 2020