A solar eclipse is coming to Europe for the first time since 2015.
It will be a partial solar eclipse, with only some of the Sun blocked by the Moon, though exactly how much will depend on your location.
For example, in Greenland it will be possible to see a whopping 89% of the Sun obscured as a “ring of light” as a rare annular eclipse occurs. In Reykjavík, Iceland, 60% will be hidden. However, from the limit through southern Spain, northern Italy and up into Eastern Europe barely 1% of the Sun will be obscured.
It’s all part of the same annular (ring-shaped) solar eclipse that will
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