A solar eclipse could be seen in some places of South America
Today could be seen a total solar eclipse in South America, and then the same will occur in the South Pacific Ocean, including the Tuamotu Islands in French Polynesia, Easter Island, and southern Argentina and Chile.
The event will take place exactly 19 years after the total eclipse of July 11, 1991.
According to the expert’s report “The Moon’s shadow runs across the South Pacific Ocean, where there is no land with the exception of Mangaia (Cook Islands) and Easter Island in Chile.
The path of total eclipse ends just after reaching the south of Chile and Argentina. The shadow of the moon causes a partial eclipse visible from a much larger region covering the South Pacific and southern South America. “
The entire eclipse could be seen from the Patagonia Argentina but not in the central regions of South America.