The Svalbard Arctic Eclipse Adventure: View a Solar Eclipse From the Top of the World

Discover Magazine, a periodical focusing on “Science for the Curious,” has partnered with TravelQuest to offer a small, select group of adventure travelers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: viewing a total solar eclipse from the top of the world.

The total solar eclipse will occur on March 20, 2015, and will be the last solar eclipse visible from Europe until August 12, 2026. While a partial eclipse will be visible over a range of hundreds of miles, only those located in a narrow path across the Earth’s surface will experience totality, meaning total darkness as the sun is completely obscured by the moon.

James Rothaar

James has written content for and other leading online luxury lifestyle magazines. Rothaar previously served as the senior-tenured staff writer for JustLuxe, having worked with the digital magazine since 2005. He resides in Jacksonville, Florida, and works as an independent marketing consultant and freelance writer and copywriter. He is the co-owner of Wild Owl Digital, a boutique mar...(Read More)

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