According to The Times of Chile, the cohort of celebrities who traveled here to watch the total solar eclipse includes astrophysicist and guitarist Brian May of the band Queen, Microsoft's billionaire founder Bill Gates, former US president Bill Clinton and Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson. Skywatchers will be able to witness the solar eclipse 2019 in parts of Chile and Argentina.
Unlike in 2017, Tuesday's total solar eclipse will be not be visible to Robeson County residents. However, it may be noted that this total solar eclipse will not be visible anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere. This happens when the Sun, the Moon, and the Earth form a straight line, resulting in dimming and cooling of the atmosphere for a few minutes.
It will be the first total solar eclipse since August 2017, when the moon passed between the earth and the sun over parts of the United States. "They told me that nothing compares to a solar eclipse, so that's why we're here". Users can download the same to watch the live stream of the total solar eclipse.More news: Airline group advocates more training for Boeing 737 Max
The Exploratorium museum, which is found in San Francisco, will offer a live stream, beaming the event as it is captured by the Cerro Tololo Observatory, which is placed in Chile.
Millions of people in the USA were able to witness the last total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017.
Countries nearby such as Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Ecuador will be able to witness a partial eclipse, as only part of the Sun will be blocked. But beyond its fantastic view, scientists grab the opportunity to study the sun and space. Unfortunately, it will not be possible to observe the solar eclipse in India since most of it will be happening over the Pacific, with the partial eclipse starting at 12:55 pm EDT, which is 10:25 PM IST. Annular eclipses are when the moon partially blocks the sun.More news: Trump, Xi agree to restart trade negotiations after G20 meeting
Solar Eclipse spectacle will be visible on December 26. That camp is located just northeast of La Serena, the first city in South America that will see totality.
"The Sun varies from day to day, and also over the 11-year solar cycle". This year's Mercury Transit will be the last one until 2032.
A girl tests special binoculars to view tomorrow's total solar eclipse near Central Park in La Higuera, Chile, Monday, July 1, 2019.More news: Disney's 'The Little Mermaid' Eyeing Jacob Tremblay & Awkwafina
Partial lunar eclipse will take place on July 16 - 17. It will, again, be visible from Chile and Argentina.