On the 11 November, 2019 stargazers around the world will get the chance to observe a rare transit of Mercury. The innermost of the rocky planets will cross the Sun’s disc for a period of around five and a half hours. The event will be visible across most of the globe with the exception of Oceania and large areas of Asia. Observers in North America, South America, Africa and Europe will be able to witness the majority of the transit.
Eclipse Portal have updated the total solar eclipse 2019 page to provide eclipse timings for locations across Chile and Argentina. We have also added a maps page to provide details maps along the path of totality. Further details will soon be added including weather prospects, tours and local transport information. Be sure to check back…Continue reading “Total Solar Eclipse July 2019 Update”
EclipsePortal is an exciting new website that launched in January 2019. Our aim is to provide comprehensive and useful information about upcoming solar and lunar eclipses and transits including maps, timings, weather forecasts and more.Continue reading “Welcome to EclipsePortal.com!”