On March 20th the moon will totally eclipse the Sun for observers in the Arctic.
For us in the northeast of England we’ll see a partial solar eclipse during which up to 92% of the Sun will be blocked out by the Sun. It won’t go dark but the daylight will have a dim quality to it, despite being mid-morning.
One final mission worth watching for is ESAs Rosetta spacecraft. The mission was arguably the highlight of 2014 and has already orbited and mapped comet 67P Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Rosetta also deployed a lander, named Philae, on the surface of the comet. After bouncing to a halt on the surface Philae returned images and sampled the surface ice before it lost power. The preliminary results suggested that the original source of Earth's water wasn't from comet impacts.