How Yesterday's Total Solar Eclipse Looked From a Plane (Photos, Video)

How Yesterday's Total Solar Eclipse Looked From a Plane (Photos, Video)

Unfortunately, most of the solar eclipse will occur over the Pacific Ocean, but thankfully for those in South America, they will get a spectacular sunset on the east coast because of it.

"Almost everybody here has multiple eclipse experiences under their belt. people here, I meet them in the elevator and it's "how many have you seen".

Ask her about solar eclipse occurring when it is night in India and what should be done and she says, "You can continue with your work in the usual way but it is important that you do not look directly at the eclipse. Paul Cox, Slooh's chief astronomical officer, remarked that the eclipse, ".only makes landfall across a narrow stretch of Chile and Argentina.

A "ring of fire" eclipse, or annular eclipse, is when the moon passes in front of the Sun but is too small to cover all of the sun's disk.


People watch the solar eclipse near ESO Observatory at Coquimbo, Chile. Cloudy skies could block the view of the total solar eclipse.

Children test on their special glasses for tomorrow's total solar eclipse at Pedro Pablo Munoz school in La Higuera, Chile, Monday, July 1, 2019. It will reach totality there at 4:38 p.m. ET and last for about two minutes.

Robert Downey Jr., who stars in the "Iron Man" movies, and "Captain America" actor Chris Evans are also rumored to be in the area for the eclipse, but their presence here has not yet been verified. The orbit of the moon will begin to interpose with the sun starting at 4.30 pm local time. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in America has addressed the belief related to food turning poisonous during solar eclipses by saying, "Related to the false idea of harmful solar rays is that during a total solar eclipse, some kind of radiation is produced that will harm your food". The next eclipse will take place on December 26th, 2019 and it will be visible in countries such as Saudi Arabia, India, and the Philippines.

What is a total solar eclipse?


At that time, people witnessed the first partial solar eclipse, followed by a total eclipse of the moon (January 21).

As per NASA, a total eclipse happens some place on earth about every year and a half. "If the exposure is great enough, that can and will lead to permanent reduction in vision and even blindness". (Photo: Juan Jose Gonzalez Galaz/Reuters) People view a total solar eclipse from La Higuera, Chile, July 2, 2019.

I've never seen an eclipse, and it's very surprising because it doesn't happen very often.
You'll need eclipse glasses, which are regulated by an worldwide safety standard.


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