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  • The only total solar eclipse of 2021 will take place this weekend.
    The total event will be visible only from Antarctica, but astronomy fans in the rest of the southern hemisphere, including parts of Chile, New Zealand and Australia, will be able to enjoy a partial eclipse of the sun.

    A solar eclipse observed from Coquimbo, Chile, July 2, 2019.Rodrigo Garrido / Reuters
    The only total solar eclipse of this year will occur this week, but it will be visible only from Antarctica, according to NASA data. The event, which will take place next Saturday, December 4, will reach its maximum extension around 07:33 GMT for spectators near the Filchner-Ronne ice shelf on the Antarctic continent.
    However, astronomers from the rest of the southern hemisphere - including parts of Chile, New Zealand, Australia, Namibia, Lesotho, South Africa, the British island of Saint Helena, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Crozet Islands and Falkland Islands - you can enjoy a partial eclipse. In most of these places, the phenomenon will occur before, during and after sunrise or sunset, which means that observers will need to have a clear view of the horizon in order to see it.
    The next total solar eclipse will occur on April 8, 2024 and will be widely visible in Canada, Mexico and the US Meanwhile, in Europe no astronomical event of this type is expected to occur in this century
    The only total solar eclipse of 2021 will take place this weekend. The total event will be visible only from Antarctica, but astronomy fans in the rest of the southern hemisphere, including parts of Chile, New Zealand and Australia, will be able to enjoy a partial eclipse of the sun.  A solar eclipse observed from Coquimbo, Chile, July 2, 2019.Rodrigo Garrido / Reuters The only total solar eclipse of this year will occur this week, but it will be visible only from Antarctica, according to NASA data. The event, which will take place next Saturday, December 4, will reach its maximum extension around 07:33 GMT for spectators near the Filchner-Ronne ice shelf on the Antarctic continent. However, astronomers from the rest of the southern hemisphere - including parts of Chile, New Zealand, Australia, Namibia, Lesotho, South Africa, the British island of Saint Helena, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Crozet Islands and Falkland Islands - you can enjoy a partial eclipse. In most of these places, the phenomenon will occur before, during and after sunrise or sunset, which means that observers will need to have a clear view of the horizon in order to see it. The next total solar eclipse will occur on April 8, 2024 and will be widely visible in Canada, Mexico and the US Meanwhile, in Europe no astronomical event of this type is expected to occur in this century
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