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Are you a star gazer, a backyard astronomer, or a student of celestial events? With 3 astronomical events, November is the month for you! Keep reading to find out more!

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Solar eclipse on Sunday, November 3

A solar eclipse will occur on Sunday, November 3. The eclipse will be total for people in some parts of Africa. Not in Africa? Don't worry! People in some parts of Europe, North America, South America and Asia will be able to see a partial eclipse.

When & where can I see the eclipse?

3 comets to grace November skies

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3 comets - ISON, Lovejoy & Encke - will grace the skies in November. Visible mostly to observers in the Northern Hemisphere, though ISON and Lovejoy can be seen in the Southern Hemisphere early in the month, the 3 comets will line up in the early morning sky on Saturday, November 9, 2013.

All about the comets

Leonids meteor shower: nature's fireworks

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The Leonids, an annual meteor shower will peak on November 16 and 17. A bright full Moon may impede a clear view of the shower.

More about the Leonids

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Will you be watching the November 3 eclipse?

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  1. And the comets and the meteor shower! I am an avid backyard astronomer.
  2. Of course! I am traveling to where I can see the whole thing!
  3. No. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to see it from my location.
  4. I will be watching a live stream of it.
  5. Maybe. If I have time.
  6. Eclipse? There’s an eclipse? Wait, what’s an eclipse?
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Time Zone News

 ▶ USA & Canada end DST on Sun, Nov 3: Most areas in the United States and Canada will end Daylight Saving Time (DST) on Sunday, November 3, 2013. At 2:00 a.m. (02:00) local time, clocks in these areas will fall back 1 hour to 1:00 a.m. (01:00).

 ▶ Brazil: Time zone switch on Nov 10 in Acre & Amazonas formalized

 ▶ Libya remains on Daylight Saving Time


Did you know...

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...that you should never look at the Sun directly without any specialized protective equipment during a solar eclipse?

Protect your eyes


Tip of the month

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Don't have any eclipse glasses? Don't worry, we've got you covered! Check out our easy to follow instructions on how to make a pinhole projector


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