2021, December 04 (Total Eclipse)

Williams College Eclipse Expedition from airborne at 41,000 ft near Antarctica (TEI Travel arrangements by Tim Todd on LATAM Airlines)

eFlight map for the 2021 total eclipse (Glenn Schneider)
The planned route of Sky & Telescope’s 2021 “flight into totality”. Sky & Telescope; base map: Xavier Jubier

NASA Press Release

Theo Boris, Christian A. Lockwood, David Zimmerman (JM Pasachoff Antarctic Expedition), 2021 (Dec. 9), “A Total Eclipse of the Sun

Pasachoff, Jay M., 2021/2022, “Totality From Above the Clouds,” Sky and Telescope, online and pending in print

2021, December 5 – Wide image by Petr Horálek

LIVESTREAM: https://www.nasa.gov/live/ 

(All times Eastern U.S. time, which equates to UTC-5.) 

Dec. 4, Saturday
1:30 a.m. – Live views of the total solar eclipse. The feed will continue through 3:30 a.m. EST. Totality is expected at 2:44 a.m. EST. (There will be music playing during the stream.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21X5lGlDOfg

Jay and Naomi Pasachoff Total Solar Eclipse Expedition Itinerary 2021

Prediction of the December 4, 2021 eclipse corona

December 4 charter flight package for Airbus 321 to view the eclipse from the air East of Punta Arenas, Chile

Seat ROW photos for EFLIGHT 2021-SUNRISE

Xavier Jubier’s Interactive Solar Eclipse Google map 


Fred Espenak’s map at http://EclipseWise.com

Jay Anderson: weather/cloudiness info: http://eclipsophile.com (see our new book, Peterson Field Guide to Weather (2021), at pasachoff.com)

SKY & TELESCOPE’S December 4, 2021 Website

Glenn Schneider/Tim Todd’s Total Solar Eclipse Flight Details 

Fred Espenak EclipseWise Website

Michael Zeiler, “Polar Solar Eclipse”, GreatAmericanEclipse.com

TravelQuest on-ice tour (priced from ~$40,000)

Past eclipse overflight of Antarctica