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In Pics: Last Solar Eclipse Of The Year 2020

The total solar eclipse was visible from the northern Patagonia region of Argentina and from Araucania in Chile, and as a partial eclipse from the lower two-thirds of South America.

December 15, 2020

The moon covers the sun during a total solar eclipse in Piedra del Aguila, Argentina. The total solar eclipse was visible from the northern Patagonia region of Argentina and from Araucania in Chile, and as a partial eclipse from the lower two-thirds of South America.

AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko

A woman wears special glasses to watch a total solar eclipse in Piedra del Aguila, Argentina. The total solar eclipse was visible from the northern Patagonia region of Argentina and from Araucania in Chile.

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A total solar eclipse is barely visible through the clouds in Carahue, La Araucania, Chile.

AP Photo/Esteban Felix

Astronomy student Lorena Zalazar observes a partial solar eclipse from the boardwalk in Asuncion, Paraguay.

AP Photo/Cesar Olmedo

The moon moves across the sun during a solar eclipse in the path of totality in Piedra del Aguila, Argentina.

AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko

Using a welder's mask as protection, a man views a partial eclipse in La Paz, Bolivia.

AP Photo/Juan Karita

This photo combo shows the sequence of a total solar eclipse seen from Piedra del Aguila, Argentina. The total solar eclipse was visible from the northern Patagonia region of Argentina and from Araucania in Chile, and as a partial eclipse from the lower two-thirds of South America.

AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko

A man observes a partial solar eclipse from Montevideo, Uruguay.

AP Photo/Matilde Campodonico

Using a welder's mask as protection, a man views a total eclipse in Piedra del Aguila, Argentina.

AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko

A Mapuche Indigenous family uses special glasses to try and observe a total solar eclipse in Carahue, La Araucania, Chile. The total eclipse was barely visible from Carahue because of an overcast sky.

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