Total solar eclipse leaves Antarctica in the dark – archyde

on Antarctic, a darkness solar left the frozen continent in the dark. The phenomenon only lasted a few minutes but was enough to render beautiful images.

A video published by NASA shows the moment when the phenomenon occurs in the western region of the South Pole, it was a few minutes of complete darkness.

A solar eclipse occurs when the sun, moon, and earth are on the exact same line.

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