A total solar eclipse will be visible on July 2, 2019, which will be best seen from Chile and Argentina. People in both countries will be able to witness a total solar eclipse on Tuesday. It may be noted that this is the first solar eclipse since August 2017 when millions of people in the United States were able to observe the phenomenon first hand. However, the total solar eclipse will not be visible anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere.
Since the Solar Eclipse will best be seen from Chile and Argentina, it has been dubbed as the 2019 American Total Solar Eclipse.
According to Hindu belief, the atmosphere of the Earth gets contaminated during the eclipse and there are certain precautionary measures that should be taken to avoid any harmful side effects. It is also believed that the solar eclipse has an impact on the human body- both physically and psychologically.
Here's a list of a few Do's and Don'ts during a Solar Eclipse:
(Edited by: Nehal Solanki)
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