The Total solar eclipse of 2020 only Arrived Monday. And some lucky sky geysers in the southern hemisphere of the world testified to what NASA is. Tells about Like “one of nature’s most amazing places.”
A. Total solar eclipse Occurs when the moon completely blocks the sun and casts shadows on the earth, creating a temporary darkness in the middle of the day. Observers of the eclipse’s “path to perfection” can only see the sun’s atmosphere (or corona), which looks like a ring of light.
According to NASA, this year’s show will air at 9:40 a.m. ET. It started on December 14. Unfortunately, many people around the world have not been able to see it – just like the path to perfection in only a few parts of South America. Pull from Salina del Eje from Saveder, Chile, Argentina.
Perfection Running from 2 minutes and 10 seconds, weather permitting. NASA livestreamed Events, courtesy of Pontifia Universidad Catalica de Chile and binoculars at the Observerio dosente UC, Santa Martina.
If you do not live close to the eclipse The path, Or missed viewing online, never fear: you can see these stunning photos.
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The The next total solar eclipse Will be on December 4, 2021.
Be sure to wear eclipse glasses for eye protection (regular sunglasses are not enough) and never look directly at the sun. You can learn more about safety precautions Here.