“Don’t Look” but there is an Eclipse tomorrow

Stock picture of a Solar Eclipse from Unsplash.com

If you are willing to get up at the crack of dawn on Thursday, you may be able to witness almost a full solar eclipse.

According to timeanddate.com, the partial eclipse starts before sunrise on June 10, 2021. However by around 5:50 a.m. we will be able to witness the full eclipse in the north-eastern sky.

The full eclipse will only last a couple of moments and the whole event is expected to wrap up by 6:50 a.m.. You are reminded to NEVER look directly at the sun as doing so can cause irreparable damage to your eyes up to and including blindness.

The current weather forecast for Thursday is sunny, so it may actually be possible to witness the event.

So if you are an avid sky-watcher and aware of how one can be a part of this phenomenon safely, please share any photos you may be able to safely capture with us!

Should you wish to view this natural wonder safely, please consider the following tips, and enjoy.


-with files from Forbes.com