Total Solar Eclipse 2016
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The Partial Solar Eclipse
The second solar eclipse of the year will be visible on September 13, 2015 for observers in southern Africa , the southern Indian Ocean, and parts of Antarctica. At the point of greatest eclipse, in Antarctica at 6:54 UT, the Sun will be 79% covered by the Moon. In Cape Town, the eclipse will peak at 5:43 UT when the Sun appears 43% covered. But if you can't make it to the bottom half of the world, you can join Slooh for coverage of this partial solar eclipse where you will see live images from our partner observatories and hear expert commentary from Slooh astronomers.
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September Equinox 2015
Equinox marks the time, twice each year, when days and nights have equal length and the world moves through a time of harvest or renewal. On September 23, 2015 join Slooh for a live show to celebrate the September equinox as the Sun crosses the celestial equator moving south, marking the beginning of autumn in the northern hemisphere and spring in the southern hemisphere.
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