USET broadcast of eclipse

Solar eclipses occur several times a year but you have to be in the path of the moon's shadow to see them. On June 10, 2021 a partial eclipse of the sun will be visible in Belgium, from 11:17 to 13:25
local time. The moon will cover a maximum of 26% of the diameter of the sun.

The solar telescopes of the Royal Observatory of Belgium are used daily to monitor and study the solar activity. The telescopes are placed upon the Uccle Solar Equatorial Table or USET

On that day, weather permitting, we will broadcast live images of the eclipse taken by our telescopes in different wavelengths. It is possible that in addition to the magnificent spectacle of the partial eclipse, various structures related to the magnetic activity of the sun like sunspots or even flares, will also be observable on the solar disk.

Follow it here!


Thursday, June 10, 2021 - 11:15 to 13:30

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