2019, Chile

Total Solar Eclipse on July 2nd, 2019, at Chile

Major support from the Solar Terrestrial Program, Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Division,
U.S. National Science Foundation
Additional student support from the Massachusetts NASA Space Grant Consortium; Sigma Xi; and Williams College
CTIO site courtesy of Associated Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA)

NASA Press Release, our image with Predictive Science Inc. prediction: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/how-scientists-used-nasa-data-to-predict-appearance-of-july-2-eclipse

 

From our observing sites:
Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, 7,240-foot altitude, 2 min 6 sec totality (2,207 m = 7,241 ft)
La Higuera, centerline, 2500-foot altitude, 2 min 35 sec totality
La Serena, sea level, 2 min 15 sec totality
Additionally, a chartered 787-9 at 41,000-foot altitude, 8 min 27 sec totality (w/ G. Schneider), 1,100 km north of Easter Island (for more information on Glenn Schneider’s airborne observations, visit: http://nicmosis.as.arizona.edu:8000/ECLIPSE_WEB/TSE2019/TSE2019_EFLIGHTMAX.html)
Gallery of Images:
Pasachoff’s research group’s observations from the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory.
https://www.aura-astronomy.org/news/a-stroke-of-astronomical-luck-for-solar-science/
European Southern Observatory’s observations from La Silla
https://www.eso.org/public/announcements/ann19031/
Pasachoff/Williams College Press Release on NSF Support Grant
Best of Chile and the Total Solar Eclipse tour
An interactive map by Xavier Jubier
An interactive map by Fred Espenak
Fred Espenak Total Eclipse 2019 page
Fred Espenak Thumbnails of Eclipses 2018-2030