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The majority of this total solar eclipse takes place over the Pacific Ocean. The eclipse ends over South America (Chile, Argentina) at sunset.
July is not the best time of year at these southern latitudes. It is mid winter and generally there are cloudy skies along the eclipse path on land. Eclipse chasers will have better luck staying nearer to the tropics and encountering the eclipse path in the South Pacific Ocean. There will be another eclipse in December of 2020 near the same region with better weather prospects.