Stargazers in London, for instance, will see less than 40 minutes of the eclipse.
After the eclipse starts at 4.07am BST, maximum eclipsing for London will then hit at about 4.41am BST.
Just four minutes later, at about 4.45am BST, the Moon will dip below the horizon.
The rest of the eclipse will take place under the horizon.
The Sun will then rise at about 4.51am BST and set the same day at 9.18pm BST.
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