On Monday, Dec. 14th, the New Moon will pass in front of the sun, producing a total eclipse. The total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Southern Chile and Argentina, if the weather permits. Some locations in southern South America, south-west Africa, and Antarctica will see the partial phase of this South American total solar eclipse. The maximum point of the eclipse occuring at 16:13 UTC, (1:13 pm local time). Totality will last for 2 minutes and 10 seconds revealing the sun's ghostly corona to onlookers inside the Moon's shadow. The sky will darken, a cool breeze will move across the landscape, and night birds will sing at midday. The narrow path of totality will cross from Saavedra, Chile, to Salina del Eje, Argentina otherwise the total eclipse will cross over the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. You can watch the spectacle unfold online thanks to a host of webcasts. The next total solar eclipse will occur on Dec. 4, 2021 but will only be visible to a swath of Antarctica. Stay Tuned!