When is the next eclipse? Get ready for totality in Antarctica, Australia and America!

If you missed today’s totality in South America then you have options

Did you experience today’s total solar eclipse in Chile or Argentina? Thousands of eclipse-chasers had been expected to visit South America for the 2 minutes 9 seconds of totality, but COVID-19 has made things close to impossible.

Whether you were there in person or, like most eclipse-chasers, you were stuck at home, and unable to travel, you’ll probably be asking yourself a question: when is the next eclipse? 

That’s what we’re here for. Here is your answer: 

December 4, 2021.

In Antarctica.

Here’s everything you need to know in our article on Forbes: 

How To Experience A Once-In-A-Lifetime ‘Greatest Solar Eclipse Ever’ As Countdown Begins

Will you be one of the few to experience totality on December 4, 2021 in Antarctica? 

The following totality will be in Western Australia on April 20, 2023, which you can read all about here: 

Would You Travel Across The World For 62 Seconds Of Science?

What comes next is another “Great American Eclipse” when, on April 8, 2024, a long total solar eclipse rips across Mexico, the US, and Canada. You can read all about that one here: 

When Is The Next Eclipse? When, where & how to see solar & lunar eclipses. Travel guide 2018-2030

Picture credit: NASA