Today, June 10, a partial solar eclipse is visible from Iceland, where weather conditions permit. It started at around 9 o’clock am and was visible until around 11 o’clock am. This picture is taken a little before 11 o’clock in Selfoss when the sun could be seen through a layer of clouds.
A total eclipse could be seen in Greenland and northern Canada, and in some places in Russia, In Northern Asia, Europe, and the United States a partial eclipse could be seen.
Conditions to observe the solar eclipse in Iceland today were very good. There were clear skies and people could be seen all over the place with special glasses so as to be able to look at the sun without damaging their eyes.
The total phase of the solar eclipse was not visible in Iceland, but it could be observed there as a partial solar eclipse. The Moon covered only a small portion of the Sun as can be seen in the photoes here.