Solar eclipses happen every 25 years.
But it is a rare event that has become an international event because of the global spread of internet.
The eclipse happens on December 21st and will be viewed on screens worldwide from 11:59am (local time) on the first of December.
The full eclipse is expected to be visible from the United States and Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
But the event will also be visible on many parts of the world including the UK, the Netherlands and the Middle East, which will see partial eclipse.
The total eclipse is the largest and longest one.
It is the second biggest in the world after the total solar eclipse of April 21, 2019, which took place in Chile.
What are the risks?
Solar eclipsions are not necessarily harmful but there are some dangers.
There are some areas where there is a risk of solar damage.
If you are travelling at night or in an area where the sun is high or at a height where it is likely to hit, it is advisable to avoid driving or using the internet.
People are also advised to use a car shield when using the road and if you are staying overnight in an accommodation, you might need to change to a tent or a sleeping bag to protect yourself from solar damage from the eclipse.
If the eclipse is visible to the naked eye, the risk of sunburn is very high and may require medical attention.
But if you have sunscreen on, there are ways to avoid the sunburn.
How big is the eclipse?
The eclipse will be visible to most people, but some locations may be blocked from view by the shadow of a large tree, a city or a military aircraft.
Are there any safety tips for travelling during the eclipse in Australia?
There are a few tips you can take to help ensure you don’t get blinded or hurt by the eclipse: Stay clear of buildings and other structures that could block the sun from being seen.
If possible, take shelter indoors and use the roof or windows of your accommodation or vehicle.
Wear a long-sleeved shirt and long-shorts to protect your body.
Always wear sunscreen to protect against the solar radiation and sunburn, as well as protect your eyes from the sun.
Keep your eyes and ears closed and wear eye protection when outdoors.
Do I need to bring any special equipment for the eclipse to take place?
It’s just a total solar eclipsing event.
You don’t need special solar eclipse glasses or eclipse glasses.
When will the eclipse be visible in Australia and why is it important?
On the day of the total eclipse, the sun will be shining on Earth.
As a result, the total sun will have reached the Earth and will start to block the moon.
As the eclipse progresses, the eclipse will become progressively darker and the moon will appear darker.
It will be a total eclipse as the sun and the total moon are both visible.
Will I be able to see the sun?
You will see the total, partial and partial phases of the eclipse but you won’t see the eclipse itself.
Where can I watch the eclipse on television?
The eclipse is being watched on TV, so you can watch the event live on BBC One and BBC Two and on Sky TV, the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport’s Sky Sports app.
Can I watch it online?
Yes, you can.
The BBC will broadcast the event via the BBC World Service.
Is there any information on how to prepare for the solar eclipse?
For the most part, you will be able’t prepare for solar eclipses.
If your eclipse glasses aren’t water-resistant or have some sort of protective coating, it’s unlikely that you will see it.
There is no special preparation for solar eclipse viewing.
The best way to protect from the solar effect is to wear sunscreen.
There is a great deal of information on the internet about how to protect.
Can anyone give advice about what to wear?
If you are going to watch the total or partial eclipse on TV you should wear a full eclipse glasses for protection from the sunlight.
If that’s not possible for you, there is advice on how people can prepare for and prepare for a solar eclipse from the UK’s National Eclipse Centre.
I live in Australia, where does the eclipse occur?
Solar eclipses can occur anywhere in the United Kingdom.
The UK is a country that has a very close relationship with its neighbours to the north, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa.
Should I travel with an eclipse guide?
It’s not recommended to travel with a solar guide.
A solar eclipse guide can give advice on where to look for the totality, but not exactly what to do.
It could give advice to you on the safest way to see it, but it’s up to you to decide what you want to see and do.
If I don’t have a solar filter, can I still