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A new solar eclipse will take place on Tuesday


June 29, 2019 11:17 AM
Update on June 29, 2019 11:36 AM

The next Tuesday, July 2, an extraordinary event, which occurs almost once in 375 years, according to NASA. The sun will get the moon and the darkness will pass through South America at 4:30 pm.

According to the newspaper, it is an astronomical event of the year Country Uruguay passes through the territories of Atlanta and Coquimbo in Chile by the territories of Northern Argentina, from Spain, and San Julian, La Rioja, Cordoba, Santa Fay and Buenos Aires to the north of Argentina and lost in the Atlantic. If the weather permits, it will also be seen in Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela.

There are many circumstances due to this special eclipse: One hundred years of the historic eclipse of 1919, in which Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity was predicted, especially how gravity distorts space and time. This is a new opportunity for people who missed the so-called "Great American Acquisition" of August 21, 2017.

This July 2, it is expected that for four minutes and 33 seconds on its peak, the moon will hide the sun until almost twice in 2017, which took only two minutes and 40 seconds.

The next full solar eclipse in Latin America will be December 14, 2020.

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