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Total solar eclipse plunges Antarctica into darkness

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The phenomenon saw the sun completely disappear - however was only properly visible over Antarctica. Parts of Australia, South Africa, New Zealand and Chile may have been able to catch a glimpse of the striking change in the sky this morning. There are no eclipses expected in Europe for the rest of the 21st Century.
8 months ago·Antarctica

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Total solar eclipse plunges Antarctica into darkness

The last total solar eclipse in Antarctica occurred on November 23, 2003 and the next one will not be until 2039.

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Total solar eclipse plunges Antarctica into darkness

A total solar eclipse plunged Antarctica from summer into darkness early Saturday in a rare astronomical spectacle witnessed by a handful of scientists and thrill-seekers—and countless penguins.

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Stunning photos show total solar eclipse over Antarctica

The phenomenon saw the sun completely disappear – however was only properly visible over Antarctica.

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Total solar eclipse: the extraordinary photos of the event seen from Antarctica

It was a long-awaited moment for scientists, who will not see another solar eclipse in Antarctica until about 2039.

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This was the only total solar eclipse of 2021 from a cruise ship near Antarctica › Geeky News

Editor's Note: The only total solar eclipse of 2021 occurred on Saturday, December 4, over Antarctica, where few people were able to see it. Some intrepid explorers, like our columnist Joe Rao, tried to view the eclipse from cruise ships near Antarctica. This is what Joe and his boat saw.FROM CHARCOT LE COMMANDANT IN THE …

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