The coronavirus pandemic will leave some eclipse chasers in the dark for the total solar eclipse of 2020

Eclipse chasers are so enthusiastic about solar eclipses that they rarely miss these celestial events, even if they have to travel across the world to view them. But the coronavirus outbreak has halted their plans for the one and only total solar eclipse of the year. 

On Monday (Dec. 14), the total solar eclipse of 2020 will sweep across South America’s Southern Cone, through Chile and Argentina, turning daytime into twilight for up to 2 minutes and 10 seconds as the moon passes in front of the sun. A partial eclipse will be visible throughout the continent, as well as parts of southwestern Africa. 

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