On which day – May 15 or October 20 – can a solar eclipse be observed at the South Pole?

For a solar eclipse to occur, the Sun must be above the horizon. At the South Pole, the Sun will be above the horizon from the fall equinox to the vernal equinox. Therefore, the eclipse can only be observed on October 20.

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