Upcoming ‘Supermoon’ eclipse will dazzle Britain, but hit Europe’s power grids hardBritain is set to experience its deepest solar eclipse in 15 years, as well as a Supermoon, all at the same time – an event that will plunge the island into twilight for two whole hours. The Supermoon eclipse is known as an astronomical alignment where the Moon is sent on a trajectory between the Sun and the Earth, depriving us of light. The event will occur on March 20 at around 8:40GMT.  Scotland will experience 98 percent of the sky darkened, compared to about 85 percent for the south of England. For best results the Scottish need to look up starting 9:36 am. Other areas in Britain will only get around 30 percent. Similar events took place in 2006, 2008 and 2011, but neither of them can touch the upcoming Supermoon eclipse, except an event that occurred in 1999. According to to research We’ll have to wait three years for the next one in 2018. However, only 2026 will present us with a deep solar eclipse once again. As for the magnitude, it won’t be until 2090 that we get to see anything like the 1999 and upcoming March 20 events. FULL REPORT