The second solar obscure of a year happened this morning, withdrawal overwhelming views over southern Africa and Antarctica.
But it is expected to be eclipsed itself by a singular astronomical eventuality during a finish of a month – a supposed supermoon where it will seem distant bigger than usual, and a lunar obscure that will meant that it is blocked out. The events are set to be so fantastic that some online have even taken to claiming they vigilance a finish of a world.
The solar obscure was usually manifest in a sky to those in a southern partial of Africa – including people in South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Madagascar – and in Antarctica. But livestreams and photos authorised anyone to balance into a obscure as it happened, and overwhelming cinema have been common after a event.
— David Dickinson (@Astroguyz) September 13, 2015
— Observing Space (@ObservingSpace) September 13, 2015
— Epic Cosmos (@EpicCosmos) September 13, 2015
— Allen Versfeld (@uastronomer) September 13, 2015
— Leslie Rose (@LeslieJamesRose) September 13, 2015
The subsequent solar obscure will occur on Mar 9, 2016, and will be manifest in Asia, Australia and a Pacific and sum in Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi, Pacific. That obscure will be roughly accurately a year after the final one – a sum obscure that was manifest opposite Europe.
But that’s distant from a subsequent sparkling astronomical eventuality in a calendar. On a night of Sep 27-28, there will be a series of bizarre goings in a sky – both a lunar obscure and a super moon, that will meant that a moon is during a darkest and lightest it has been all year, in a same night.