DISCUSSION: Here is a view from the Eastern Pacific ocean of just over 4 minutes of totality! Note that the corona is subdued in this video! A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes directly in front of the Sun which creates a bright circle around the periphery of the Moon with the Sun behind positioned directly behind the Moon relative to the position of Earth in its orbit. To learn more about other interesting space weather content, be sure to click here!
~Meteorologist Jordan Rabinowitz