When, how will the last 2021 solar eclipse be seen, visibility

The final solar eclipse of 2021 will take place on December 4. People in the Southern Hemisphere may experience total or partial solar eclipses. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon is in a straight line between the sun and the earth. This allows the moon to partially or partially block sunlight and cast a shadow over the earth. People living in the shadows of the moon see a total eclipse as the sky darkens. Antarctica is the only place on earth to have a total solar eclipse on December 4.

This year’s last solar eclipse will not be seen in India. People like St. Helena, Namibia, Lesotho, South Africa, South Georgia and the Sandwich Islands, the Croatian Islands, the Falkland Islands, Chile, New Zealand and Australia can only partially see the eclipse in just a few places. Because the area covered by the eclipse is large, it occurs in different regions before, during, and after sunrise or sunset. This means that viewers must have a clear view of the horizon at sunrise or sunset to see the eclipse.

How to watch live stream of the latest 2021 solar eclipse

NASA has made some arrangements to broadcast the Celestial event live from Union Glacier Antarctica. It will be streamed live on YouTube and NASA. The space agency says the stream will begin at 12 pm IST. The eclipse begins after half an hour and the general stage begins at 1 14 14 PM IST. The space agency has warned us not to look directly at the sun during an eclipse. Instead, wear special sunglasses during the event.

NASA has shared a video showing how to easily create a pulse projector to see the eclipse.


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