A Total Solar Eclipse swept through the South Pacific and parts of South America starting 10.25 IST, which according to National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was estimated to be 4 minutes 33 seconds long. This was the only Total Solar Eclipse of 2019.
The Total Solar Eclipse was not visible in India, however, you can stream the eclipse live online. The partial eclipse started at 12:55 pm EDT, which was 10:25 PM IST (Indian Standard Time) and the full eclipse began at 11:31 pm at the first location to see the full eclipse and lasted till 12:52 am on July 3 at the last location. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun and scores a bull’s eye by completely blocking out the sunlight. Total eclipses are relatively rare for a particular spot.