Today’s Total Eclipse of the Sun in South America Partially Visible from Brazil

Birds fly disoriented. Other animals yelp and bray and squawk. Humans do too. Many let out primal screams, and dance, and stand in adoration. Totality only lasts from a few seconds to as long as 5 minutes, depending on the eclipse and the location. 

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A perfect black void in place of the sun will mark a total eclipse of the sun that will cross South America this Monday, December 14th. A perfectly choreographed dance of distance and size that will make the moon and the sky the same size in the sky will create a unique earthly experience, a total solar eclipse, because this type of eclipses does not happen in other planets in our solar system.

The shadow of the moon will darken the sun across South America from Ecuador to the eastern tip of Brazil, down to the . . .

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