Friday the 13th earthlings will see a solar Eclipse
For the first time since 13 December 1974, the Eclipse falls on this date.
Tomorrow’s partial solar Eclipse coincided not only with a sinister date, but with the supermoon — the moment of closest approach the moon and Earth. To observe the Eclipse will be from 3:00 GMT in the southern part of the Pacific ocean, Australia, New Zealand and the coast of Antarctica. This Eclipse is like the last that happened on Friday the 13th in 1974: then the Eclipse was partial too, but was observed in other parts of the world — beyond the Arctic circle on the island of Baffin island.
And so we had a solar Eclipse in the USA in 2017: