New SuperMoon Eclipse March 20th 2015

New SuperMoon Total Eclipse And March Equinox

A total solar eclipse will occur March 20th 2015 . The greatest eclipse happens ant 9:45 universal time while the March equinox comes to pass some 13 hours later at 22:45 Universal Time. After this 2015 equinox eclipse, the next solar eclipse at the March equinox will happen on March 20, 2034. Then there will be two more in this century: 2053 and 2072. A new supermoon, not visible in our sky, but having a larger-than-average effect on Earth’s oceans. Plus this new supermoon swings right in front of the sun so that the moon’s shadow falls on parts of Earth. From high northern latitudes (near Greenland and Iceland), there is a total eclipse of the sun. A much larger swath of the world gets to see varying degrees of a partial solar eclipse . Remember to wear proper eye protection to view the eclipse!

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