The solar eclipse that will arrive in South America, next Tuesday (2), can be seen partially in Rondonia. In Porto Velho, residents will be able to watch 23% of the eclipses, and the Moon passage in front of the sun will last about 1h40.
This rare moment in the state will be possible due to the complete solar eclipse that will reach Chile and Argentina. In these neighboring countries, the Moon will block the sun's rays and for almost two minutes will only be able to see the Sun's crown.
In the state of Rondonie, the eclipse should start at 15:58 and at 16:52 the moon is closer to the center of the sun. About 17:40, the moon will leave the sun's edge in the country.
G1 and TV Globe will monitor the phenomenon in the observatory of La Silla, the first of the South-European Observatory (ESO), built in Chile. The next solar eclipse will appear in Brazil in 2045.
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The total solar eclipse, though appearing at a certain frequency, does not always occur in the same places. Astronomers say that Earth's cycles of alternating Earth cycles will have a unique opportunity to look at life.
The solar eclipse can be partially seen in Brazil – Photo: Wagner Magalhães / G1