2019 Solar Eclipse will occur on 2 July 2019, and Total Eclipse will be visible from Chile and Argentina, and Partial Eclipse will pass from the regions of Pacific and South America Ocean.
Solar Eclipse occurs when Sun, Moon, and Earth align on the same line and due to which Moon casts a shadow on Earth, and it either fully or partially blocks or covers the Sun.
In Solar Eclipse, Moon passes between Sun and Earth, and then Moon blocks all direct sunlight from reaching the Earth and turns the day into darkness.
In Total Solar Eclipse, Moon blocks all the Sun rays from reaching the Earth while in Partial Solar Eclipse Moon does not block all the sunrays and partially blocks the sun rays from reaching the Earth.
On 2nd July 2019, Eclipse will occur with a magnitude of 1.0459 and with a gamma of -0.6466.
It’s expected duration is 273 seconds, i.e., 4 minutes and 33 seconds.
The total Eclipse will be visible from the parts of Argentina and Chile immediately before the sunset. And the partial Eclipse will be visible from the regions of Pacific and South America Oceans including Brazil, Ecuador, Uruguay, and Paraguay.
As we all know, Eclipse occurs at one location and ends at another location.
The 2019 Total and Partial Eclipse will first occur at 16:55:13 and at 18:01:08 respectively on 2nd July of 2019 while it will end at 20:44:46 and 21:50:34 respectively on 2nd July of 2019 as per UTC.
This is the only Solar Eclipse which will occur this year.