We're thrilled to share the experience

All three of our polar expedition ships in Antarctica—National Geographic ResolutionNational Geographic Endurance, and National Geographic Explorer—were in the path of this solar eclipse on December 4th aboard our 24-day Antarctica, South Georgia, and the Falklands expedition. Our guests, expedition teams, and shipboard photographers were among the few non-penguins present at this exciting and fleeting phenomenon, and we’re thrilled to be able to bring you along on our state-of-the-art ships' newest broadcast centers to learn from our experts.

 

See some of the amazing video, and the world’s first professional images, straight from the Southern Ocean!

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A lot of people go their entire lives without seeing a solar eclipse. You don't want to miss it because you're messing around with camera settings and filters trying to get a shot of it. We'll get you in the right spot, and we'll be sure you and your camera are ready to go when the big moment arrives.

Ralph Lee Hopkins, Director of Expedition Photography

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a solar eclipse?
  • When will the next solar eclipse happen?
  • Where can you see the total eclipse?
  • Why is this solar eclipse a special event?
  • Do you need protective eyewear?
  • Is it possible to photograph a solar eclipse?

Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falklands

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