The Quiet Ocean, Chile and Argentina will receive a great view of the complete eclipse on Tuesday, July 2. The eclipse will track the whole of the whole dark area of the southern Pacific, then overland over Chile and Argentina.
The Museum of Exploratory in San Francisco will host a report from the National Science Foundation's observation at the Serro Toloilo Observatory in Chile. Pacific Ocean, and then a comment from NASA museum and scientists at 1
The European Southern Observatory will experience the blackout observed by the La Silva Observatory near the Atacama Desert in Chile. This broadcast begins at 12:15.
A Fever of Eclipse. The upcoming solar eclipse will be the first complete solar eclipse after this event. Although the main trajectory of eclipse is relatively narrow, a good part of South America will still see that the moon's shadow will tear away partially from the sun.
A complete solar eclipse is a reason for celebration. "One is averaged at every specific location every 360 years," says ESO. We are happy to live at a time when your location in the world does not matter. You can still witness the history of the eclipse.