Partial Solar Eclipse

by Dominic Ford, Editor
Last updated: 24 Mar 2020
Partial Solar Eclipse

The partially eclipsed Sun. © Jerry Kickhart, Los Osos, California.

List of partial solar eclipses 1980 – 2059

Date Duration (partial)[1] Eclipse Charts[1] Google Earth Overlay[1]
Date Duration (partial)[1] Eclipse Charts[1] Google Earth Overlay[1]
1982 Jan 25 03h41m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1982 Jun 21 03h10m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1982 Jul 20 02h48m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1982 Dec 15 04h18m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1985 May 19 04h26m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1986 Apr 9 04h19m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1989 Mar 7 03h40m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1989 Aug 31 03h51m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1992 Dec 24 04h18m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1993 May 21 03h58m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1993 Nov 13 03h54m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1996 Apr 17 04h09m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1996 Oct 12 04h05m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1997 Sep 2 04h36m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2000 Feb 5 03h45m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2000 Jul 1 02h49m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2000 Jul 31 03h10m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2000 Dec 25 04h14m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2004 Apr 19 04h06m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2004 Oct 14 04h08m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2007 Mar 19 03h43m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2007 Sep 11 04h08m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2011 Jan 4 04h18m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2011 Jun 1 03h40m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2011 Jul 1 01h26m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2011 Nov 25 03h53m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2014 Oct 23 04h11m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2015 Sep 13 04h23m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2018 Feb 15 03h50m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2018 Jul 13 02h25m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2018 Aug 11 03h26m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2019 Jan 6 04h13m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2022 Apr 30 03h50m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2022 Oct 25 04h01m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2025 Mar 29 03h51m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2025 Sep 21 04h21m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2029 Jan 14 04h19m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2029 Jun 12 03h15m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2029 Jul 11 02h15m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2029 Dec 5 03h51m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2032 Nov 3 04h19m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2033 Sep 23 04h08m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2036 Feb 27 03h54m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2036 Jul 23 01h51m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2036 Aug 21 03h39m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2037 Jan 16 04h11m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2040 May 11 03h30m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2040 Nov 4 03h58m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2047 Jan 26 04h19m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2047 Jun 23 02h43m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2047 Jul 22 02h48m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2047 Dec 16 03h48m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2050 Nov 14 04h24m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2051 Apr 11 03h55m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2051 Oct 4 03h55m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2054 Mar 9 04h01m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2054 Aug 3 01h05m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2054 Sep 2 03h51m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2055 Jan 27 04h08m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2058 May 22 03h08m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2058 Jun 21 01h50m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2058 Nov 16 03h53m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file

Sources

[1] – 

The eclipse maps presented on this website were computed using EclipseSimulator.

This is an open-source tool which traces the positions of the Sun, Earth and Moon over the course of each eclipse and traces the path of the Moon's shadow across the Earth's surface. It was written by the author and freely available for download from GitHub.

EclipseSimulator takes the positions of each body from the JPL DE405 planetary ephemeris. It treats the Earth and Moon as ellipsoids with the same polar and equatorial radii which are also assumed by Fred Espenak's eclipse predictions. All eclipse predictions are made at sea level. The predictions here match those calculated by Xavier Jubier to within a few kilometers.

[2] – 

Espanak, F., & Meeus, J., Five Millennium Canon of Solar Eclipses: -1999 to +3000, NASA Technical Publication TP-2006-214141 (2006)

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