How to watch the eclipse from the UK

You can’t miss the eclipse.

It will be one of the highlights of your trip.

So you’ll want to be on the lookout for some great places to see the eclipse, and you’ll need to plan a few key things to see.

1.

The sky is still a bit cloudy from yesterday.

If you’ve got a big screen, a telescope or binoculars, you can watch the whole eclipse from a few places.

The only place where it will be cloudy is at the horizon.

The Sun will be visible on the horizon for just a few minutes, and it will only get dark during the final stages of the eclipse when it will start to completely eclipse the Earth.

If you’re near a city, it will get dark as the sun rises.

But there are some bright spots where you can see the Moon on the Moon’s far side, which are not necessarily safe to view.

The best place to look is at Cape Canaveral, a large open space on the east coast of the US.

Cape Canaveral is an important place for astronomy and astronomy viewing, and the Moon will be seen at times during the eclipse that you can’t see at home.

2.

You might want to get a GPS watch.

GPS is an excellent way to track your route and get an idea of where you are going.

If your route is very precise, the Moon and the Sun will appear to move in sync.

If not, it’s easy to get confused, and if you do get lost, you’ll have to make a few adjustments to your route to make it work.

You can buy a GPS for about £5 at most electronics stores, and this will work pretty well.

But if you’re looking for something with a lot of range, a smartphone or tablet with a GPS will work fine.

3.

If it’s cloudy, you may need to find a parking space.

There are a lot places in the US that have lots of parking lots, so you’ll be lucky to find one that is empty.

There may be a few spots that are full, but it’s not a huge problem.

The Moon will appear very large at times of totality, and some places may be empty.

If there are no lots available, it may be worthwhile to park on a lot, and to be prepared to walk a bit.

It’s best to have a map or compass with you, as you’ll know the best places to look for the Moon, and a map and compass will make the whole process much easier.

You’ll need a compass to help you find the parking spot, and be prepared for any potential obstacles.

It can be difficult to get to the parking lot, so be sure to bring a map of your destination and a compass with it.

If possible, use a car or bus to get around the parking lots.

4.

You may want to check out the local radio station.

Some stations have an eclipse show on the air, so if you can, listen to the eclipse show to find out what’s happening in your area.

Radio stations often broadcast on different frequencies, so it’s important to check what’s going on around you, especially if it’s a clear day.

If the eclipse isn’t happening on a clear night, there’s a good chance that the radio stations have been moved by the solar eclipse.

In the UK, the BBC Radio 5 live broadcasts the eclipse live from a lot near you.

If this is the case, you might want a car to drive around the station, or you might need to park a few kilometres away from the station.

5.

If any of these things are not clear, there is a chance that you may be at risk of getting a bad solar eclipse and getting hurt.

You should always be cautious if you see an eclipse.

If something seems to go wrong, do not be afraid to seek help.

The International Astronomical Union advises that people should wear sunscreen, and stay away from bright lights, including fireworks, when the sun is shining.

This could lead to an emergency and be a life-threatening event.

The eclipse can be quite scary, and there are a number of ways to cope with it, so make sure you’ve read the guide.

If nothing else, you’re probably not going to have any trouble, so check out our guide to how to get ready for the eclipse if you get the chance.