Everything you need to know about the 2nd July Total Solar Eclipse.
- by -Aarushi-Sinha
- Jul 01, 2019 13:27
2nd July will experience a total solar eclipse which will be the only total solar eclipse of this year. This year the total solar eclipse will be longer than the previous one that occured in August, 2017. This year it is expected to last for 4 mins and 33 seconds, whereas the last one only last for 2 mins 40 seconds.
" The solar eclipse will be going through a 6,000-mile path, however, only a narrow zone of the Pacific Ocean and South America comes in the path of totality", according to a report by The Weather Channel. The eclipse will occur in some parts of Chile and Argentina and remote areas of South Pacific. a partial eclipse will be visible in the neighbouring countries in South America.