January 23, 2021

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The coronavirus pandemic will leave some eclipse chasers in the dark for the 2020 total solar eclipse

Eclipse chasers are very excited Solar eclipse They seldom miss these celestial events, even if they have to travel the world to witness them. But the The coronavirus outbreak brought their plans to a halt For this year’s only total solar eclipse.

Monday (December 14th), 2020 total solar eclipse It will sweep across the southern cone in South America, via Chile and Argentina, turning the day into twilights of up to 2 minutes and 10 seconds as the moon passes in front of the sun. The partial eclipse will be visible throughout the continent, as well as parts of southwestern Africa.