Total Solar Eclipse

by Dominic Ford, Editor
Total Solar Eclipse

The total solar eclipse of July 2009. © Lutfar Rahman Nirjhar.

List of total solar eclipses 1980 – 2059

Date Duration (partial)[1] Duration (total)[2] Eclipse Charts[1] Google Earth Overlay[1]
Date Duration (partial)[1] Duration (total)[2] Eclipse Charts[1] Google Earth Overlay[1]
1980 Feb 16 05h15m 04m08s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1981 Jul 31 05h06m 02m02s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1983 Jun 11 05h04m 05m11s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1984 Nov 22 05h18m 02m00s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1985 Nov 12 04h01m 01m59s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1988 Mar 18 05h06m 03m46s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1990 Jul 22 04h43m 02m33s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1991 Jul 11 05h13m 06m53s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1992 Jun 30 04h36m 05m21s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1994 Nov 3 05h06m 04m23s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1995 Oct 24 05h19m 02m10s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1997 Mar 9 04h11m 02m50s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1998 Feb 26 05h13m 04m09s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
1999 Aug 11 05h13m 02m23s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2001 Jun 21 05h00m 04m57s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2002 Dec 4 05h16m 02m04s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2003 Nov 23 04h05m 01m57s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2006 Mar 29 05h06m 04m06s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2008 Aug 1 04h33m 02m27s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2009 Jul 22 05h11m 06m39s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2010 Jul 11 04h44m 05m20s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2012 Nov 13 05h04m 04m02s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2015 Mar 20 04h06m 02m47s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2016 Mar 9 05h15m 04m09s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2017 Aug 21 05h15m 02m40s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2019 Jul 2 04h53m 04m33s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2020 Dec 14 05h18m 02m10s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2021 Dec 4 04h06m 01m54s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2024 Apr 8 05h08m 04m28s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2026 Aug 12 04h21m 02m18s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2027 Aug 2 05h11m 06m23s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2028 Jul 22 04h53m 05m10s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2030 Nov 25 05h06m 03m44s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2033 Mar 30 04h01m 02m37s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2034 Mar 20 05h13m 04m09s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2035 Sep 2 05h18m 02m54s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2037 Jul 13 04h46m 03m58s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2038 Dec 26 05h16m 02m18s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2039 Dec 15 04h06m 01m51s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2041 Apr 30 05h18m 01m51s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2042 Apr 20 05h10m 04m51s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2043 Apr 9 03h58m PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2044 Aug 23 04h09m 02m04s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2045 Aug 12 05h09m 06m06s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2046 Aug 2 05h01m 04m51s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2048 Dec 5 05h04m 03m28s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2052 Mar 30 05h13m 04m08s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2053 Sep 12 05h19m 03m04s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2055 Jul 24 04h38m 03m17s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2057 Jan 5 05h16m 02m29s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2057 Dec 26 04h08m 01m50s PNG | PDF | SVG KMZ file
2059 May 11 05h13m 02m23s 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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