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How to watch the solar eclipse of June 10 on the Internet

The partial solar eclipse of this June 10 will begin at 11.00 am peninsular time and the maximum will be reached at 11:43 am. The total duration of the annular eclipse will be 88 minutes, so it will end at 12:29 pm.

The observers located in the Arctic will be the ones who obtain the best image of this eclipse, but if you are in an area with little visibility to contemplate the eclipse, such as the Canary Islands in Spain, where it will be practically unnoticeable, we always have the Internet to see it live and be able to enjoy this astronomical event in all its splendor.

If you have the opportunity to contemplate it, remember not to look directly at the sun, as it can cause serious and irreparable damage to the eyes, even permanent blindness. It is an essential requirement to use suitable material to see solar eclipses, to be content with seeing the shadow of the Sun on the ground or, as in this case we invite you, to see it on the Internet.

The Royal Greenwich Observatory in London will broadcast live on its channel.

The National Geographic Institute will broadcast the evolution of the eclipse through observations with a telescope located at the Madrid Astronomical Observatory, next to the Retiro Park.

The Virtual Telescope will also carry out a live broadcast from Canada starting at 11:00 am.

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