When Was the Last Eclipse in the UK?

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11th August, 1999 is when the last eclipse was seen in the U.K at 11.00am. The sky darkened and the temperature began to drop. The eclipse lasted for two minutes and six seconds.
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august 1999.
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Whats great is you miss one of these now a days you can go right to YouTube.com to check it out. Of course it is not the same but it is better than nothing. The last lunar eclipse
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Its December 31st 2009, there is no lunar eclipse for me. But there is a Blue Moon. 2nd full moon of the month. and It is big and bright tonight.
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It happens every time an eclipse occurs, somewhere in the path of the eclipse. Please understand . it's not actually the. eclipse. that blinds. It's more the novelty of the occasion
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