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This is an animated image showing the path of the shadow of the Moon, indicating where the eclipse will be visible. Eclipse watchers in the western side of Australia will get to see the whole eclipse form start to finish, whereas the sun will set before the eclipse finishes for those on the eastern side.

Animated image of the path of the eclipse

First location to see partial eclipse begin 03:53 UT

First location to see full eclipse begin 05:57 UT

Maximum eclipse 06:04 UT

Last location to see full eclipse end 06:15 UT

Last location to see partial eclipse end 08:15 UT

You can watch the eclipse online at the SLOOH community observatory or if you are in an area that can see the eclipse, you local observatory or astronomy group may have an event organised.

 

For more information visit:
http://astro.ukho.gov.uk/eclipse/0232014/
http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEpath/SEpath2001/SE2014Apr29Apath.html

 Share your experience with the world on Facebook or the Flickr group and Tweet using #GAM2014 (@gam_awb). 

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