The next total solar eclipse will not happen until March 2015.
What does TSE stand for?
TSE stands for Total Solar Eclipse
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From boats bobbing on the Great Barrier Reef, to hot air balloons hovering over the rainforest, and the hilltops and beaches in between, tens of thousands of scientists, tourists and amateur astronomers watched as the sun, moon and Earth aligned and plunged northern Australia into darkness during a total solar eclipse on Wednesday.
Washington, November 13 ( ANI ): People in northern Australia will be the lucky few to see the total solar eclipse today.
The last total solar eclipse witnessed in Syria was in August 1999, and no total eclipse will be seen in Syria for the duration of the entire 21st century.
The partial eclipse is the first of four solar events in a year that is unusual for having no total solar eclipses and for turning on four of the partial kind.
Last year's total solar eclipse _ the longest one of the 21st century _ fell over a wide swath of Asia, but clouds and drizzle in some places prevented some revelers from getting the full experience.
He called on people to think of this lunar cover-up, which occurs during full moon, as a warm-up act for the total solar eclipse that follows at new moon two weeks later.
A total solar eclipse will take place on July 11 this year but would be seen only in southern Chile, the source added.