Interactive World Map of the Total Sun Eclipse of July 2, 2019

Click on the map to get detailed information (times, type, magnitude, obscuration, ...) about the Solar Eclipse at any given geographical location or find location on the list of cities


 Sun disc obscuration - Percent of the Sun covered by the Moon at the maximum eclipse. Totality will occur in the area marked by the darkest red color.

Click on the map to get detailed information (times, type, magnitude, obscuration, ...) about Solar Eclipse at any given geografical location or find location on the list of cities

    Legend (Info Window - visible after click on the map):
  • Partial Eclipse Begins - the Moon starts touching the Sun edge.
  • Total Eclipse Begins - the Sun becomes totaly obscured.
  • Maximum Eclipse - the Moon is closest to the center of the Sun.
  • Total Eclipse Ends - end of the full coverage of the Sun.
  • Partial Eclipse Ends - the Moon stops covering the Sun.
  • Obscuration - Percent of the Sun covered by the Moon at the maximum eclipse.
  • Magnitude -The fraction of the apparent diameter of the sun covered by the moon. By convention it is usually quoted at maximum phase.
  • Totality Time - Time when the sun’s photosphere is completely covered by the moon.

All times on the map are given in UTC (Universal Time) by default, but for your convenience we provide time conversion possibility (use select box in the info window).

Chile or Argentina? Which location is better for seeing total eclipse?

Definitely Chile. (Edit: it's not so easy. Our quick analysis were criticized by experienced eclipse chasers. All information below - about sun altitude in Chile and Argentina are correct but there are other factors that should be considered while assessing the quality of places to watch this eclipse. Please stay tuned for more sophisticated analysis)

The maximum of the Total Eclipse over South America will take place just before sunset, hence the sun altitude will be low. In Chile maximum eclipse will be sooner than in Argentina, so the sun will be heigher in the sky. Images below show sun position and altitude during maximum eclipse seen from La Serena, Chile; San Juan, Argentina and Buenos Aires, Argentina. As you can see, in Buenos Aires the sun is very low, so you have to find a place where you will be able clearly see the west and west-north horizon with no obstruction like buildings, mountains or trees. The second reason Chile is better place to see the eclipse is that, in Chile the phase of the total eclipse is a little longer than in Argentina.


Sun position and altitude (13°) during maximum eclipse (July 2 at 16:39 CLT) seen from La Serena, Chile - Avenue del Mar, Playa el Faro. Geographical Coordinates: 29°54'30.1"S 71°16'28.2"W (Credits: Google Earth Image)

Sun position and altitude (10°) during maximum eclipse (July 2 at 17:41 ART) seen from outskirts of Sun Juan, Argentina (route 40, Albadron) Geographical Coordinates: 31°25'38.34"S 68°32'45.44"W (Credits: Google Earth Image)

Sun position and altitude (1°) during maximum eclipse (July 2 at 17:44 ART) seen from outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina (avenue Ezeiza - Canuelas, near Spegazzini) Geographical Coordinates: 34°55'49.05"S 58°38'49.27"W (Credits: Google Earth Image)
Total Solar Eclipse of July 2, 2019 - City List

The table below lists more then 90 cities and places around the world, where you can see July's Eclipse of the Sun. You can find out when the eclipse starts and ends, what is the obscuration of the Sun disc and what type of the eclipse occurs in any given location (T-total, P-partial eclipse)

Click on the city name (first column) to get more detailed information about solar eclipse in this place, e.g. sun azimuth and altitude, geografical coordinates and altitude etc. Use search box to select desired location(s): city or country. All times in the table are given in local time (see column Time Zone).

City TimeZone Eclipse
Type
Partial
Eclipse
Begins
Total
Eclipse
Begins
Maximum
Eclipse
Total
Eclipse
Ends
Partial
Eclipse
Ends
Eclipse
Magnitude
Eclipse
Coverage [%]
Total
Eclipse
Duration