If you’ve still got leftover solar eclipse fever from 2017, there’s another one ‘on the horizon.’More
If you’ve still got leftover solar eclipse fever from 2017, don’t fret: There’s another one coming soon.
But there’s a catch – you’ll have to hop on a plane to see it.
On July 2, just two months from Thursday, a total eclipse of the sun will be visible in portions of South America. The path of the eclipse, which moves from west to east, “starts in the South Pacific near Pitcairn Island and ends over land, having touched just two countries: Chile and Argentina,” according to Astronomy magazine.
Specifically, the sun will disappear along a narrow track that stretches from Chile’s coast to just south of Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital and largest city.