On the 90th anniversary of a major astronomical event there will be a celebration held in Preston.Advertisement
More than 30,000 people crowded onto Moor Park at 6.32am on Wednesday 29 June 1927.
Preston and District Astronomical Society are holding an event at Jeremiah Horrocks Observatory in the park to mark the event.
A total solar eclipse brought tens of thousands of people out.
The astronomical society’s event is free and all are welcome to attend from 10am to 4pm at the observatory during Thursday 29 June.
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They’ve also released some archive pictures from the 1927 eclipse.