- by C.C.
There will be another super rare total solar eclipse
If you missed the last total solar eclipse in 2017, you’ll have another chance next year. In early July, a rare total solar eclipse—when the moon comes between the Sun and Earth and creates total darkness during the day—will take place for around two minutes and 20 seconds.
It’ll mostly be visible in parts of South America, but you can make the trek there to witness it. A total solar eclipse is a wondrous thing to experience, and some have even said it’s made them feel connected to something larger in the universe.