Eclipse South America 2019
South America – 2019 – Total Solar Eclipse
2 July 2019
The total eclipse of 2 July 2019 will be a more challenging eclipse to view as it makes limited landfall. The path of the eclipse starts in the Pacific Ocean well east of New Zealand, and crosses the ocean north of the Pitcairn Islands, over the Tubai and Tuamotu islands, before making landfall over Chile and Argentina, with sunset south of Buenos Aires.
The path of totality for this wondrous eclipse is 200 km wide at its maximum, and intrepid observers will see a maximum duration is 4 minutes and 32 seconds.
We have chosen not to put together our own tour for this 2019 eclipse.
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