What is an Eclipse?
An eclipse is when the moon passes in front of the sun, blocking out its light. You may have heard people say that an eclipse happens when the moon "eats" the sun--this is because during a total solar eclipse, we see only a thin ring of light around its edge (the corona).Eclipses happen at new moon and full moon every month! However, they're not always visible from Earth because they depend on where both Earth and Moon are in their orbits around each other. When these align correctly, you'll see an eclipse! There are three types: partial solar eclipses (when only part of the Sun is covered), total solar eclipses (when totality occurs), and annular solar eclipses (where there's no central line).The 2024 total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of Canada down through Central America before heading south into South America and ending over Argentina at sunset time on March 20th; it'll last about 3 hours 40 minutes total across this path so make sure to plan accordingly if you want to catch it! We are getting all things buttoned up on the cabin so you can make your booking soon! Weather has been our biggest challenge to finish! Thanks for your patience!