Easter Island and Patagonia Argentina in the dark by the Solar Eclipse
At least 4000 scientists and tourists were present in the Chilean territory to see the solar eclipse, which left in the dark to Easter Island.
It began at 8:08 hours GMT, and participants began to watch as the moon slowly stood between the Sun and Earth.
The island is located some 3,600 km west from continental Chile, and wether allows them to see the marvelous spectacle.
Red added that “It rained until 11 am and then began to clear. There are more clouds than at the time of eclipse, then we save just one window. The weather behaved really well and that everything came up to us not spectacular. “
The solar eclipse spread over some 11 000 kilometers along the south Pacific Ocean, and before dusk on Easter Island in the shadows left to French Polynesia and the Cook Islands, to reach the mainland of Chile and the Patagonia Argentina .