A partial solar eclipse will be visible over Herefordshire this week, with around 40% of the total surface of the sun covered by the moon. The partial solar eclipse will take place above Herefordshire on 10th June at around 10am.
It will be the first visible solar eclipse over Herefordshire since 20th March 2015, when approximately 80% of the surface of the sun was covered by the moon.
The most recent total solar eclipse above the United Kingdom was in 1999, when a total eclipse was seen above Cornwall and Devon and an almost total eclipse was seen above the rest of the country.
Waiting for the next total eclipse? You’ll be waiting a long time. The next total solar eclipse above the United Kingdom is predicted to occur on 23rd September 2090.