Europe will meet the world’s first total solar eclipse in 2015, and only the “super moon” two astronomical phenomena on the 20th, there are two thousand astronomy enthusiasts arrived in the area near the Arctic Circle, waiting to watch the spectacle.
According to reports, the eclipse will GMT at 7:41 on the 20th (15:00 pm GMT on the 20th with 41 points) in the eastern Atlantic Ocean began to affect many of the North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean, as a result of increased dramatically in recent years, many European countries the proportion of solar power, some experts worry that the eclipse may affect power generation, solar power grid reliability test.
According to reports, to watch a complete solar eclipse spectacle, must go to the Arctic Circle near the Faroe Islands and Norway’s Svalbard archipelago, which Svalbard has gathered nearly 2,000 people waiting for the coming of the eclipse. Local solar eclipse will be 11:11 (18:11 pm GMT), the last three minutes. Zhaercima from Latvia within four occasions personally enjoy the eclipse, he said, the eclipse is priceless magnificent spectacle, which is worth many times to enjoy. Faroe Islands will also usher in approximately 8000 astronomy enthusiasts.
In addition to the solar eclipse, the moon on the 20th there will be a super, namely passing perigee moon nearest Earth. Under the combined effect of the super moon eclipse and the British National Oceanography Centre (NOC) Marine Physics and Climatology Research Director estimate Hawes Peterborough, England will usher in the day after a high tide is expected to climax much higher number than last year cm.
In addition, the solar corona twice at March 15 eruption, solar storms have arrived on Earth on the 17th, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the storm as the second strongest “G4” (strong) level, stronger than expected, which may affect satellites, communications and positioning systems and other functions. Solar storms can also make a substantial southward aurora borealis visible area, several states of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Washington, and so have the aurora report.