On December 4, 2021 (Saturday), some people in the southern hemisphere will have the opportunity to see the Japanese food or day. When the eclipse occurs, the moon moves between the sun and the earth, cast shadows on the earth, and block the sun in some regions.
To happen, the sun, the moon, and the earth must be on a straight line. When the whole food appears on the same day, the sky became very dark, like dawn or dusk. If the weather is allowed, people on the Japanese food path can see the sundown of the sun, that is, the outermost atmosphere, otherwise it is usually blocked by the shining surface of the sun.
The only place where you can see this day is Antarctic. In some places, although the audience can't see the whole food, they will observe the day. This happens when the sun, the moon and the earth are not fully arranged in one column. The sun will only appear black shadows on its part. Saint Hereheli, Namibia, Lesotho, South Africa, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands, Croew Islands, Malvinas Islands, Chile, New Zealand and Australia part of the audience will see Day on December 4th partial eclipse.
In many places, the eclipse will happen during sunrise or sunset. This means that the audience needs to get a clear vision on the horizon at sunrise or sunset to see the eclipse.