Treatment of Skywatchers in South America Total solar eclipse On Monday (December 14), the weather satellite received a breathtaking view of the event from space.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Management (NOAA) Satellite Gois-16 When the shadow of the moon is observed dancing across the Pacific Ocean, parts of Chile and Argentina and across the Atlantic Ocean, only during the 2020 total solar eclipse. NOAA shared an amazing video of satellite imagery On Twitter Shortly after the eclipse
The moon began to obscure the sun in places around 9:15 am EST (1415 GMT), creating a partial eclipse for onlookers in areas like Lima and Peru. Meanwhile, on the road to perfection, viewers – a thin strip of Chile and Argentina – watched the sky darken for just over two minutes before 11:00 am EST (1600 GMT).
Related: Total Solar Eclipse 2020: Watch the moment of perfection over Chile
#Satle Spotlight: Here’s a closer look at today’s A NOAA #SolarClins total # GOES16🛰️. The moon’s shadow was drawn across the South Pacific Ocean, as well as across Chile and Argentina, into the South Atlantic Ocean before sunset. pic.twitter.com/YoO9N36s7cDecember 14, 2020
GOES Views from 16 provides the opportunity for skywalkers around the world to enjoy a total solar eclipse, as the ongoing coronavirus outbreak has made it difficult to capture the event individually due to the limited path to perfection and limited opportunities of travel.
The NOAA video Get a detailed view of the earth’s deep blue oceans, brown and green lands, and white clouds moving in space. The dark shadows of the rising sun and moon in South Godhar pass over the Pacific Ocean and deepen the South American sky before crossing the Atlantic Ocean.
“Although it was visible from Earth mainly in parts of South America, the shadow of the moon in Gois East had a correct view of the Earth in motion,” NOAA said. Said in another tweet. (Gois East is the Rabbi position that GEOS-16 has occupied since late 2017.)
The Total solar eclipse December 14 was the last eclipse of the year and its only total solar eclipse. NASA and other sources offer live coverage of the program, which you can do Watch online. The next total solar eclipse will be on the Antarctic Peninsula on December 4, 2021.
Follow Samantha Matthews ਸਨ Sam_Ashley 13 Follow us Twitter @spidotcom and Facebook.