According AZE.az, the fourth and last solar eclipse in 2011, which is expected on November 25, will see only the inhabitants of the high latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere: South Africa, New Zealand, Tasmania and Antarctica.
According to Live Science, the eclipse will be clearly seen in Antarctica. While residents and tourists in New Zealand eclipse uvidyat only a quarter, on Antarctica soltsne to close to 90%.
All who on this day will be in the region can witness a truly unique spectacle.
In Azerbaijan, a partial solar eclipse will be observed.
This year's first solar eclipse occurred on January 4, and was clearly visible from Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa. Second — June 1, and also passed virtually unnoticed, as it was seen only at very high latitudes in the northern hemisphere: Canada, Greenland, Scandinavia, Siberia and parts of China.
Third place on 1 July, but no one except astronomers NASA, not seen.