We have entered into the Summer eclipse season of this year, and the first eclipse will occur on July 2, 2019. This will be a total eclipse, which will only be visible in South America and Southern Central America. The point of maximum visibility will be in the middle of Argentina and Chile.
This seems to be a rather strange eclipse, and it is difficult to predict just how it will manifest. As is always the case, the people who live in the areas where it is visible will feel the biggest impact. On the other hand, eclipses are worldwide events, and they do have influence even in places where they cannot be seen.
Chart Analysis for the Solar Eclipse of July 2, 2019
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