A total solar eclipse would be visible on July 2, 2019. The eclipse will take place at 10:25 pm. Lasting up to four minutes and 33 seconds, the Sun will be completely hidden by the shadow of the Moon. The event will be visible from Chile, Argentina, and South Pacific Ocean. The solar eclipse will not be visible in India because it is going to take place during the night. The partial eclipse will start around 10:25 pm (Indian Standard Time).
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A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Earth and the Sun, blocking the light of the Sun from passing through while causing a shadow to appear on the Earth’s surface. A total solar eclipse involves complete blockage of the Sun’s light and can be seen only from a specific area on the earth’s surface that lies on the path of totality.
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