The only total solar eclipse of the year 2021 will take place on Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021 and will mostly be prominently seen in Antarctica for nearly two minutes at most, with surrounding regions getting a partial view.
Solar eclipses happens when the new moon passes in front of the face of the sun, from Earth's perspective, usually occurs when the moon is close enough in its orbit of the Earth to block 100% of it's solar disk.
The best 'point of view' for this year's eclipse is from Antarctica and it's surrounding regions, although some partial phases are visible in regions such as Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and South Africa.
After the 2021 solar eclipse, the next one will be in 18 months to be predicted on April 20, 2023. That will cover over a far more wider region including South and East Asia, according to NASA's website.
On the other hand, when it comes to astrology, solar eclipse is a great natural phenomenon to affect certain zodiac signs also due to the fall equinox: