The incredible beauty of the phenomenon, a total solar eclipse could be seen in the South Pacific on Sunday.
The shadow of the moon with a diameter of 260 kilometers passed through Easter Island, French Polynesia, and also affected the south of Chile and Argentina.
South Pacific has become the main stage of a total solar eclipse July 11, 2010. Full phase of the eclipse could be seen only along a narrow track from the Cook Islands to southern Chile and Argentina, but a large part of South America could enjoy a partial solar eclipse. This photo was taken in Valparaiso, Chile.
The girl uses a piece of X-ray film to cover his eyes on the total solar eclipse in Valparaiso. Her statue glows, imitating the famous statues on Easter Island.
The moon covered the sun during a total solar eclipse on July 11th. The photo was taken on Easter Island. With total eclipse of the sun crown of light around the dark outline of the moon.
Girls with glasses watching a solar eclipse in Coquimbo, about 450 km north-west of Santiago. Scientists claim that during the observation of the solar eclipse, you must have some kind of eye protection.