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Partial eclipse Tuesday 25th Oct 2022 around 10AM BST


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Data supplied by British Astronomical Association.

On the morning (in the UK) of the 25th October, you will be able to view a partial solar eclipse.

You might like to make a mosaic with first contact (when the Moon first obscures the Sun), mid eclipse, and fourth contact (as the Moon leaves the face of the Sun).

Those in the north of the UK will see a greater obscuration than those in the south – in Orkney it will be over 25% obscured, but in Penzance it will be a mere 8%.

Here are the local circumstances in UTC – add one hour for BST.

 

Location First contact Mid eclipse Fourth contact Max. obscuration
Aberdeen 09:02 09:56 10:52 22.3%
Aberystwyth 09:07 09:54 10:43 12.8%
Belfast 09:04 09:53 10:42 14.6%
Birmingham 09:07 09:57 10:48 15.0%
Cardiff 09:09 09:55 10:44 12.1%
Edinburgh 09:03 09:57 10:49 19.3%
Leeds 09:05 09:55 10:50 17.4%
Lerwick 09:00 09:57 10.56 28.0%
London 09:08 09:59 10:51 15.2%
Manchester 09:06 09.56 10:48 16.2%
Penzance 09:12 09:53 10:36 8.0%
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