NASA has partnered with the Exploratorium in San Francisco to bring live views to people across the world of a total solar eclipse, occurring Tuesday, July 2, over South America.
The eclipse will only be visible directly to observers within the path of totality, which stretches across parts of Chile and Argentina.
Live webcasting for Total Solar Eclipse 2019 at La Silla
~ Reminiscing our Australian Total Solar Eclipse in 2012 in QLD ~
We were at a place called Ellis Beach just north of Cairns in tropical Queensland and at that time of year its notorious for heavy rain, and so it was as day dawned that the eastern sky was leaden with clouds, but then a miracle happen and from our beach location we saw the incredible eclipse of the Sun.
I wish everyone who has ventured to Chile and other places under the shadow best of luck for the 2nd July, seeing this spectacle is one of the most amazing things you will ever experience in your life :-)