Total Solar Eclipse July 2019: How, When and Where to Watch LIVE STREAM?

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During 2019, five eclipses are expected. In particular, three solar (partial – January 6, total – July 2 and ring-shaped – December 26), as well as two lunar (total – January 21 and partial – July 17).

Nexter.org gathered some information on the total solar that will happen on July 2, 2019.

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Total Solar 2019

A rather amazing phenomenon takes place this week – the Moon will pass between the Earth and the Sun resulting in Total Solar .

Chief Astronomical Officer at the Slooh Observatory, Paul Cox, stated“The 2019 South American solar is not an easy event to capture.

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“Unlike the 2017 , the path of totality (the 90-mile wide path of the Moon’s umbral shadow) only makes landfall across a narrow stretch of Chile and Argentina.

“Having raced across the Pacific Ocean at over 6,000mph, by the time the Moon’s shadow reaches the west coast of Chile, the Sun will be low to the horizon, with the partial phases occurring just as the Sun is setting.”

Where to watch the live stream 

Source: AP

If you don’t live in South America, you can catch up live stream the event here.

Also, the total solar will be streamed by NASA, Space.com, the Chilean observatory Cerro Tololo and many other organizations whose cameras are set to broadcast in Chile.

 

When the total solar takes place

Source: AP

You can see a solar in Chile and Argentina just before sunset. The partial phases of the will be visible in Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay.

It will take place shortly after 20:30 BST. Totality will first be seen over Oeno Island, a British territory in the South Pacific Ocean, at 17:24 BST.

The first place in South America to see totality will be near La Serena in Chile at 20:39 BST.


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Total Solar Eclipse July 2019: How, When and Where to Watch LIVE STREAM?
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Total Solar Eclipse July 2019: How, When and Where to Watch LIVE STREAM?
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During 2019, five eclipses are expected. In particular, three solar (partial - January 6, total - July 2 and ring-shaped - December 26), as well as two lunar (total - January 21 and partial - July 17). Nexter.org gathered some information on the total solar eclipse that will happen on July 2, 2019.
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