Solar Eclipse and Supermoon Have Europe Energy Providers Watchful
For More Latest News Subscribe us:BERLIN: Germany has enthusiastically embraced the sun as an important source of energy, but a strange celestial trifecta coming Friday was evoking a shiver of ancient fears – and the more practical concern that the lights might go out. For astronomers, it was to be an opportunity to witness a cosmic coincidence involving a solar eclipse, a super moon and the spring equinox. Solar eclipses are rare – the next one will not occur until 2026 – and a super moon can be as much as 12 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter than an average full moon. Yet Europe’s increasing reliance on solar energy was making it a day of terrestrial anxiety for utilities. The authorities were concerned enough that they added to the usual list of eclipse precautions, just in case.
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