Travel looking for eclipses in 2011

The State Meteorological Agency has already presented its meteorological calendar for 2011 showing all the eclipses that will occur next year , so if you are a lover of this type of phenomenon I will give you the dates and places so you can organize your vacations and see any of the eclipses anywhere in the world. In total there will be six that can be clearly seen from different countries, in addition to the last two from Spain you can also see them.

The first is very soon, on Tuesday, January 4, and can be seen although only partially. You can enjoy it from some places in Europe, North Africa and West Asia. The next eclipse, also partial, will take place on June 1 and can be seen from East Asia, North America, Iceland and Greenland. Just a month later, on July 1, if you are in the southern part of the Indian Ocean you will see another partial.

It will have to be well into fall to see the next one since it will be on November 25 and if you want to see it you will have to travel to South Africa, Antarctica, Tasmania or western New Zealand. You can see the two that are missing from Spain. The first of them on June 15 , which will be the first lunar eclipse fully visible in our country , while the other will be the last of the year, on December 10, and can also be seen entirely from Spain.

If you want more information about the exact places, be attentive to the information published by the State Meteorological Agency to know all the details and that you can observe this phenomenon in all its splendor. Tell yourself that you should not look directly at the sun under any circumstances during a solar eclipse, so if you see any of the solar ones, use quality sunglasses since the force of the sun could damage your eyesight.