After the Super Moon, Blood Moon and Blue Moon Lunar eclipse that was visible in most parts of the world, people got excited about the next major solar eclipse likely to occur on February 15. However, the eclipse is likely to disappoint all enthusiasts, it appears.

On February 15, there will a partial solar eclipse visible to the people in southern South America. Among them are Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, as well as Antarctica. It is said that the eclipse will also be visible from some areas of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Since the solar eclipse will not be visible in Indian sub-continent, there will be no impact of the eclipse. In fact all the temples will be open and rituals will be conducted as usual in the country. Those into astronomy and interested to have a glimpse of the eclipse will have no chance of visibility even at the observatories in the country.