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    UK to plunge into darkness during biggest solar eclipse in 15 years

    The United Kingdom is expected tp plunge into darkness for the first time in 15 years. 

    The solar eclipse will see the moon completely blocking out the sun on March 20th at 08.45am. 

    Its predicted that almost 90 per cent of the sun’s rays will be blanked out across Europe with Scotland excepting 90% darkness.   

    The last time this happened was August 1999.

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