Last Solar Eclipse of 2021: When, How to Watch, Visibility


The last solar eclipse of 2021 will take place on December 4. People in the Southern Hemisphere will be able to experience a total or partial eclipse of the Sun. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon comes in a straight line between the Sun and the Earth. This allows the Moon to cast a shadow on the Earth by completely or partially blocking the sunlight. People living in the center of the Moon’s shadow see a total eclipse, when the sky becomes dark. The only place on Earth where a total solar eclipse will be visible on December 4 is Antarctica.

last of this year Solar Eclipse Will not be visible from India. Only a few places such as Saint Helena, Namibia, Lesotho, South Africa, South Georgia and the Sandwich Islands, Crozet Islands, Falkland Islands, Chile, New Zealand and Australia will be able to see a partial solar eclipse. Since the area covered by the eclipse will be large, it will occur before, during and after sunrise or sunset in different regions. This means that viewers have to get a clear view of the horizon during sunrise or sunset to see the eclipse.

The Last Solar Eclipse of 2021: How to Watch the Livestream

NASA made something Arrangement For a live broadcast of the celestial event from Union Glacier, Antarctica. it will be streamed on youtube And NASA Live, The space agency said that the stream will start at 12 noon IST. The eclipse will begin half an hour later and the phase of totality will begin at 1:14 pm IST. The space agency warned against directly looking at the Sun during the eclipse. Instead, wear special sun viewing or eclipse glasses during the event.

NASA also shared a video of an easy-to-make Pibhole Projector to view the eclipse: