The beginning of a total solar eclipse as seen from Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 21, 2017. "The eclipse will give researchers a chance to examine the charging and uncharging process in nearly real time", says M. Serra-Ricart. Due to its coastal location, however, the city can easily be buried beneath large numbers of clouds - which would block the view of the spectacle.
The only place that will witness total solar eclipse is a small area of Chile and Argentina. That will make it slightly more hard to find an unobstructed horizon, especially in the mountains, though if there are clear skies (it is July, which is winter in the southern hemisphere, so nothing is guaranteed) expect to see some handsome photos of a totally eclipsed sun sitting just above some mountaintops.
Tomorrow (July 2), a dramatic total solar eclipse - the only one to take place during 2019 - will darken skies over South America, providing viewers with a spectacular view of the sun as the moon crosses in front of it and casts its shadow on the ground below.
Only when the sun, the moon, and Earth line up close to the "line of nodes", the imaginary line that represents the intersection of the orbital planes of the moon and Earth, can you have an eclipse.
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Once the Sun is totally eclipsed, only the Sun's "crown" can be seen shining in all directions around the Moon. During a total solar eclipse, we can only see a reddish band of light in the sun's edges, and white wisps called the limb and corona, respectively.
What is so special about this total solar eclipse?Solar weather, or rather solar flares, emit charged particles and light that disrupts Earth's satellites.
Scientists also want to find out is why the sun's corona is hotter than its surface. It is the first mission to the sun. Those who can't visit South America in the following days have the option to experience the remarkable phenomenon with the help of online streaming.
What is a Total Solar Eclipse?
According to space.com, most of the solar eclipse will be happening over the South Pacific Ocean.
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On 2 July 2019, the year's first and only total solar eclipse will take place.
One group, led by Jay Pasaschoff (Williams College) will continue an experiment that stretches back more than 20 years.
The next total solar eclipse will be on December 14, 2020.
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