This Sunday, 11th July, it’s all going on. There’ll be twilight, and a new moon, and an eclipse, how cool is that?
As I’m sure you’re aware, twilight is the time between dawn and sunrise and sunset and dark. And, at this time of year, it’s around 4am and 10pm.
Or it’s any time if you own the Twilight DVD.
Never mind, you can see this New Moon on DVD too, or on demand at the moment on Sky Box Office or FilmFlex.
Would you believe it, there’s a total solar eclipse on Sunday.
A solar eclipse occurs when the Earth’s view of the sun is obscured by the moon. However, you won’t see the one on Sunday unless you’re in the depths of South America or the southern Pacific ocean.
Nevertheless, you will be able to see this Eclipse at a cinema near you on Sunday, providing you can get a ticket.