Supermoon Solar Eclipse on Friday the 13th? First time in 44 years

USA Today

Think Friday the 13th is spooky enough? Try adding a Supermoon Solar Eclipse to the equation. On Friday, a solar eclipse will grace the southern tip of Australia, the Pacific, and the Indian Ocean. It’s the first time these two events have collided since 1974 and it won’t happen again until 2080. The best view will be in south Tasmania where 4.5 percent of the sun will be covered. While solar eclipses aren’t super rare, there were just three this year and two in 2017.