Total Solar Eclipse of July 2019

A Total Solar Eclipse observed in the narrow zones of the Pacific Ocean and South America on 2nd July 2019

A Total Solar Eclipse observed in the narrow zones of the Pacific Ocean and South America on 2nd July 2019, that was the only total Solar Eclipse of the ongoing year. Take a look of some of the mesmerizing moments captured by the astrophotographers in Brazil, Chile, and Argentina.

📷: The first diamond ring from the Total Solar Eclipse

Location: Chile, Atacama

Astrophotographer: Jaxson Pohlman

Diamond Ring

The World at Night (TWAN)
📷: Total Solar Eclipse from Lambert, La Serena, Chile on July 2, 2019.
From @Miguel_Claro: Sharing my landscape views of the last Total Solar Eclipse as seen from Lambert, 30km northeast of La Serena. 
Photos have been captured with Sigma 105mm.

Different Phases during Total Solar Eclipse

📷: A complete cycle of total solar eclipse, 2nd July 2019

Location: La Serena, Chile

Astrophotgrapher: @startojano

A Total Solar Eclipse

📷: Total Solar eclipse, a shadow of the Moon and Venus

Location: La Serena, Chile, July 2019.
© @vulerulum twanight.org/Tezel #Tunc_Tezel

Astrophotographer: @TWAN

A view of Total Solar Eclipse, July 2019

A Total solar eclipse of July 2, 2019, above the Andes. I took this from a roadside observing site near Iglesias, Argentina.

📷: @tonyjhoffman

A total Solar Eclipse, Argentina
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