A Solar eclipse This will take place on December 4th And astronomical buffs enter the countdown. This will happen in 2021 The second time the star disappears during the day And the last of the annual cycle of eclipses. The event is only seen in a few places, but there are other ways to see it from the comfort of home.
This would be a total solar eclipse, as the size of our moon would coincide with the size of the King’s star to some extent, leaving a narrow ‘circle of fire’ around it. In the midst of this phenomenon, Our main star is covered by the moon As a result, some parts of the planet darken for a few minutes.
In this post we will tell you which countries can see it and from what time there are other options to avoid missing this astronomical appointment.
Where or in what countries is it found?
The solar eclipse can only be seen from its full phase Antarctica (In the South Orkney Islands) and Antarctic Ocean. Outside this zone, it is seen as a partial eclipse only for a short time.
For example, cities in South America Puerto Williams And in Chile ഉഷുവായ In Argentina they see a partial solar eclipse on the horizon when the sun rises.
On the other hand, from the southern tip of Africa, Australia, the Pacific, the Atlantic, and the Indian Ocean, it can also be seen as a partial phase eclipse.
When and at what time can it be seen?
According to Time and date, A portal specializing in astronomical events and meteorology, the event will start at 5.29 UTC and reach its maximum at 7.33 UTC apart from, Its peak stage lasts only a minute.
- Antarctica: Starts at 3.20am with a maximum of 5.00am
- Chile: Starting at 4.50 am Maximum stage 5.01 am
- Argentina: Starting at 4.50 am Maximum stage 5.00 am
- South Africa: The maximum starts at 7.42 am and ends at 8.58 am
- Australia: 19.53 pm High Phase 20. 29 pm
Options to see it
Because Antarctica is an almost uninhabitable continent and with adverse weather conditions, various airlines sell private jets to watch eclipses above the clouds. In this way, climatic inconveniences can be avoided.
Also, the main recommendation is to never look directly at the sun, even if it is completely or partially obscured. In this case, special glasses should be used to see the eclipse and thus prevent sunlight from damaging the view.
Where can I see the solar eclipse live?
If the weather is favorable, the total solar eclipse will be broadcast live from the Union Glacier in Antarctica via the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) YouTube Channel.
On this platform, the transmission will start 6.30 a. M (UTC), 1.30 in Peru and Colombia, 3.30 in Argentina and Chile, and 12.30 in Mexico.
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