The full effect is centered nearly over the Pacific Islands.
Part of this eclipse is visible in most of North America, Europe and most of Africa.
The far East coast of North America, all of South America, the West coast of Africa and almost all of Antarctica will be unable to see this eclipse.
“To catch the entire event, one must be in Alaska, Hawaii, Australia, or east Asia. Observers in western Canada and the USA can also see the eclipse, with the moonset occurring sometime after mid-eclipse. Eastern Canada and the USA will miss the eclipse entirely since it begins after moonset.” ~Time and Date
If you are in the viewing area, why not look for clear skies on November 28th and see all or part of this eclipse?
*If you live in the eclipse zone, you have a chance to see it
*Very family friendly
*Looking – no cost, use of optical equipment may incur costs