Total Solar Eclipse March 2015
Programmer: Bill Kramer
Last update: April 17 2015

March 20, 2015

Location of Path

Local Circumstances Calculator
Timings for specific locations

Eclipse 2015 Weather details can be found at Jay Anderson's web site: http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~jander/tot2015/tot15intro.htm

Eclipse Path

A quick glance at the location for this eclipse reveals that it is a difficult one to reach by land with only two options - The Faroe Islands and Svalbard. Svalbard is a very remote island at the northern most reaches of Europe. March will still have a lot of snow and access to the island may be limited. The Faroe Islands offer a better alternative with a milder Gulf Stream fueled climate that does not get much snow but can change quickly from clear to cloudy and back again.

The best solution to view this solar eclipse will be by air.

Links to external websites

eFlight Totality video by Stefan Meyer
EFlight video by SAROS Expeditions (Spanish)
Svalbard - Jay M. Pasachoff and Allison L. Carter, Williams College
Partial Eclipse from Berlin - Marcellinus Prien
Svalbard - Joe Cali
Snow boarding eclipse chaser
eFlight GoPro video by Stefan Meyer
Faroe Islands commemorative stamps
eFlight GoPro video through iced window by David Makepeace

List presented in random order

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