Totality Reports from South America

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Distant spots, wet weather conditions, and even a pandemic could not hold diehard observers from viewing December 14th’s complete solar eclipse. Immediately after July 2019’s overall solar eclipse, broadly considered underneath fortuitously favorable skies across central Chile and Argentina, legions of “eclipsophiles” appeared ahead to the following opportunity to stand in the Moon’s shadow: December 14, 2020. The route would once again cross South The usa — but this time at the peak of austral summer months, with frequently favorable climate predictions. 1000’s of visits were booked for cruises and land tours in anticipation.

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