Live Video Streams of the Eclipse

Where to Watch the July's 2019 Total Solar Eclipse Online. Here is the list of sites that broadcast live coverage of the Eclipse.

European Southern Observatory in La Silla, Chile - Total Solar Eclipse Live Broadcast

The European Southern Observatory (ESO) in La Silla, Chile will provide a live online broadcast of the July's 2019 Total Solar Eclipse. The webcast will start at 15:15 CLT (Chile Time), 19:15 UTC (Universal Time). See the broadcast schedule below. You can watch it here (embedded youtube live video stream), on La Silla ESO's webpage: ESO's Live Total Solar Eclipse or on ESO's YouTube Channel

Event 02.07.2019 Local Time Chile CLT Time UT Time CEST
Start of broadcast 15:15:00 19:15:00 21:15:00
Start of partial eclipse (C1) 15:23:51 19:23:51 21:23:51
Start of total eclipse (C2) 16:39:24 20:39:24 22:39:24
Maximum eclipse 16:40:20 20:40:20 22:40:20
End of total eclipse (C3) 16:41:15 20:41:15 22:41:15
End of partial eclipse (C4) 17:47:16 21:47:16 23:47:16
Sunset 17:54:00 21:54:00 23:54:00
End of broadcast 18:00:00 22:00:00 24:00:00

July's Total Solar Eclipse Online provided by TimeAndDate.com

Live stream of the South American Total Solar Eclipse on July 2, 2019. Telescope online footage of the eclipse will begin at 19:00 UTC. You can view it here (embedded youtube streaming video), on TimeAndDate Youtube Channel or on TimeAndDate webpage.

Live Stream from Chile provided by Exploratorium.edu

The National Science Foundation's Cerro Tololo Observatory in Chile will broadcast the total solar eclipse of July 2, 2019 (in English and in Spanish). Telescope and live coverage feeds will also be available via satellite in Both Americas. Exploratorium live stream webpage: https://www.exploratorium.edu/eclipse.

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Watch Live Eclipse - www.spaceofficial.com

Livestream of the Eclipse provided by SPACE & UNIVERSE Network (www.spaceofficial.com) begins at 11:20 a.m. EST (16:20 UTC).
Solar Eclipse Live in Spanish (en Espanol) from Exploratorium.com

Other Streaming Services Where You Can Watch the Eclipse Online

  • Spacetv.net announces broadcast of July 2019 Total Solar Eclipse from NASA. Date: July 2, 2019 16:55 - 22:00 UTC.
  • Slooh.com - a skywatching streaming service will provide a live webcast from Slooh's telescope partners in Chile with commentary by astrophysicist Dr Paige Godfrey. This webcast is only available through paid membership
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