MISSED THE U.S. SO­LAR ECLIPSE?

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THE SO­LAR ECLIPSE OF 2017 WAS THE CE­LES­TIAL EVENT OF THE YEAR, BREED­ING A NEW GEN­ER­A­TION OF “ECLIPSE CHASERS” WHO’LL TRAVEL IN SEARCH OF THE NEXT HEAV­ENLY ALIGN­MENT. HERE ARE THE BEST PLACES TO SEE THE NEXT SO­LAR ECLIPSES.

JULY 2, 2019

Buenos Aires, Ar­gentina Watch the eclipse at sun­set in this city of Euro­pean and Latin her­itage.

Ata­cama Desert, Chile While not in the path of to­tal­ity, the clear desert skies will of­fer your best chance of see­ing a par­tial eclipse.

APRIL 8, 2024

Austin, Texas

The Live Mu­sic Cap­i­tal of the World lies just on the edge of to­tal­ity. Car­bon­dale, Illi­nois Mak­ing its sec­ond ap­pear­ance in the path of to­tal­ity in un­der a decade, Car­bon­dale knows how to throw an eclipse party.

Here are your next chances

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