Astronomer It is one of the best places to see the southern tip of South America
ENext Monday, December 14 will be the last solar eclipse of 2020. It is found in most parts of South America, In Africa and in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
This phenomenon, which has not appeared since July 2, 2019, originated in French Polynesia, in the western part of the Antarctic. Continental, Insular Chile, Bolivia, Argentina, Uruguay, In Paraguay, Peru, Ecuador, and Brazil, in the Atlantic Islands and in the southwestern part of Africa.
The total solar eclipse can only be seen in the southern regions Chile and Argentina. In Colombia it is not easy to appreciate because it is located in the northern part of the continent and is estimated to last about two minutes and can be seen from 1:03 pm
The eclipse will occur on Monday, December 14, 2020 in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, parts of Brazil and the adjacent seas. pic.twitter.com/Ui8zuwqmGl
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This is because it is one of the most attractive astronomical phenomena in which the Moon interacts with the Sun. The Chilean authorities cast a shadow over it, A country where this phenomenon can be seen in its entirety, recommends that people monitor it with certified glasses, and that because of the coronavirus pandemic, they urge people not to concentrate.
Avoid crowds, wear masks and don’t forget to wash your hands. For #EclipseResponsableTake the necessary precautions and enjoy this great natural phenomenon safely
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One for Argentina Special view of Eclipse, Especially in the southern part of the country: the provinces of Nuquin, Ro Negro, Alumin, Jan de Los Andes, Las Colorado, Piedra del Aguila, El Cue, Sierra Colorado, Walchetta, San Antonio, Las Grutas, and El Cindor.
There will be many countries where solar eclipses can be seen. In South America this natural phenomenon can be seen in Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Peru, Ecuador and the southern parts of Brazil. In Chile and Argentina the eclipse can be fully appreciated for about two minutes.
Elsewhere in the world, the eclipse will be visible on some islands in the Atlantic Ocean and in parts of southwestern Africa.
Although there are many countries in South America that can see a solar eclipse on December 14, unfortunately, the eclipse will not be visible in Colombia, Venezuela, Central America and Mexico.