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Event: Partial Solar Eclipse, 7th February 2008

A Solar Eclipse occurs when the Moon passes in front of part or all of the Sun, which casts a shadow over a certain area of the Earth. Observers in South-East Australia and New Zealand will be able to view a Partial Solar Eclipse on the 7th February, 2008.

I've written an article which will give you all the information you need to prepare for this rare event - including:

  • What is a Solar Eclipse?
  • When and Where can I see it?
  • Viewing / Observing Guide
  • Photography / Imaging Guide
  • Upcoming Solar Eclipses

You can read the article by clicking on the link below:

Partial Solar Eclipse, 7th February 2008 - Observing / Imaging Guide

You'll be able to read reports and view images taken by IceInSpace members on the IceInSpace Forum. A discussion thread has been created here, so keep an eye on it and we'd love for you to contribute your thoughts and experiences - please register so you can start posting!

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