b'Carnegie Science|Summer 2019 5Carnegie Trustees, Friends, and Astronomers Viewthe 2019 EclipseOne hundred years after Louis Bauers eclipse expedition, Carnegies trustees, friends, astronomers, and staff gathered at Carnegies Las Campanas Observatory in Chile to view the total eclipse of 2019.The group embarked on a five-day excursion that included walking tours of Santiago, museum visits, and vineyard excursions, then tours of the Las Campanas Observatory telescopes (below right), and the Giant Magellan Telescope construction site along with lunches, dinners, and science presentations. All of these activities Carnegie president Eric D. Isaacs (back right) with his wife Linda Goldwyn (back left) led up to the main event of watching the total eclipse of the Sun onview the eclipse with chairman of the Giant Magellan Telescope Organization Walter July 2, 2019, in the high, dry Atacama Desert in Chile.Massey (front left) and his wife Shirley.Visitors prepare to view the historic total eclipse on July 2, 2019, (top left and bottom).Images courtesy Milan Karol, Carnegie Institution for Science'