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LIST OF SOLAR ECLIPSES 

from 1998 to 2030 

The table below provides the list of the eclipses occurring between January 1, 1998 and December 31, 2030. In this table, we give: the date of the eclipse, the type of eclipse, the timing of the maximum of the eclipse, its magnitude, its duration and the zone of visibility. The estimated TT-UT are calculated from a parabolic extrapolation of the present values (see also the explanations on the calculation of the elipses in the pages "Understanding - Fundamental concepts, together with data on the old and future eclipses until 2100). Details on the phases of the eclipse and maps of the zones of visibility are proposed following the link on the date. 

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 Date  Type  maximum in UT  magnitude  duration  zone of visibility
 26 February1998  total  17h 28,4m  1.0225 4m 9s  Caribeans, Colombia, Panama
 21-22 August 1998  annular   2h 6.1m (on 22)  0.9871 3m 14s Malaisia, Borneo
 16 February 1999  annular   6h 33.5m  0.9968 0m 40s  Australia
 11 August 1999  total  11h 3.1m  1.0147  2m 23s France, Europe, Asia
 5 February 2000  partial  12h 49.4m  0.5796  - Antarctica
 1 July 2000  partial  19h 32.5m  0.4768  - South America, Chile, Argentina
 31 July 2000  partial  2h 13.0m  0.6038  - Canada, Siberia, Greenland
 25 December 2000  partial  17h 34.8m  0.7232  - Americas: North and Central
 21 June 2001  total  12h 3.6m  1.0252  4m 57s South Africa
 14 December 2001  annular  20h 51.9m  0.9845  3m 53s Central america
 10-11 June 2002  annular  23h 44.2m (on 10)  0.9985  0m 23s Pacific Ocean
 4 December 2002  total  7h 31.1m  1.0126  2m 4s South Africa, Australia
 31 May 2003  annular  4h 8.2m  0.9696  3m 37s Greenland, Asia
 23-24 November 2003  total  22h 49.2m (on 23)  1.0194  1m 57s Antarctica, Australia
 19 April 2004  partial  13h 33.9m  0.7369  - Antarctica, Africa
 14 October 2004  partial   2h 59.2m  0.9287  - Asia, Pacific, Alaska
 8 April 2005  annular-total  20h 35.7m  1.0041  0m 42s Pacific, Central America
 3 October 2005  annular  10h 31.6m  0.9792  4m 32s  Spain, East Africa
 29 March 2006  total  10h 11.2m  1.0262  4m 7s Africa, Turkey, Asia
 22 September 2006  annular  11h 40.1m  0.9680  7m 9s South Atlantic Ocean
 19 March 2007  partial  2h 31.7m  0.8761  - Asia, Alaska
 11 September 2007  partial   12h 31.2m  0.7509  - South America Antarctica
 7 February 2008  annular   3h 54.9m  0.9829  2m 12s Antarctica, Australia
 1 août 2008  total   10h 21.0m  1.0202  2m 27s Siberia, China
 26 January 2009  annular   7h 58.5m  0.9645  7m 54s Indian Ocean, Malaisia
 21-22 July 2009  total   2h 35.1m (on 22)  1.0404  6m 39s India, China, Pacific Ocean
 15 January 2010  annular   7h 6.4m  0.9599  11m 8s Africa, India, China
 11 July 2010  total  19h 33.3m  1.0295  5m 20s Pacific Ocean, South America
 4 January 2011  partial  8h 50.4m  0.8581  - Europe, Africa, Asia
 1 June 2011  partial  21h 16.0m  0.6014  - North America, Island, East Asia
 1 July 2011  partial   8h 38.2m  0.0970  - Indian Ocean
 25 November 2011  partial   6h 20.1m  0.9049  -  Australia, Pacific Ocean
 20-21 May 2012  annular   23h 52.6m (on 20)  0.9723  5m 46s China, Japan, North America
 13-14 November 2012  total   22h 11.6m (on 13)  1.0255  4m 2s Australia,Pacific Ocean
 9-10 May 2013  annular   0h 25.0m (on 10 )  0.9776  6m 3s Australia, Pacific Ocean
 3 November 2013  total *   12h 46.3m  1.0084  1m 40s Africa
 29 April 2014  annular (not central)  6h 3.2m  0.9871  - Antartica
 23 October 2014  partial  21h 44.3m  0.8119  - North America, Pacific Ocean
 20 March 2015  total   9h 45.4m  1.0227  2m 47s North America, Spitzberg, Europe
 13 September 2015  partial   6h 53,9m  0.7876  - South Africa, Antartica
 8-9 March 2016  total   1h 56.9m (on 9)  1.0229  4m 9s Malaisia, Ocean Pacific
 1 September 2016  annular   9h 6.6m  0.9872  3m 6s Africa, Madagascar
 26 February 2017  annular  14h 53.1m  0.9965  0m 44s South America, South Africa
 21 August 2017  total  18h 25.3m  1.0157  2m 40s North America
 15 February 2018  partial  20h 51.1m  0.5992  - Antartica, South America
 13 July 2018  partial  3h 0.8m  0.3365  - Australia, Antartica
 11 août 2018  partial  9h 46.0m  0.7372  - Greenland, North Europe, Asia
 5-6 January 2019  partial  1h 41.2m (on 6)  0.7149  - China, Japan, Pacific Ocean
 2 July 2019  total  19h 22.7m  1.0234  4m 33s South America, Pacific Ocean
 26 December 2019  annular  5h 17.4m  0.9854  3m 39s India, Malaisia
 21 June 2020  annular  6h 39.8m  : 0.9974  0m 38s Africa, Asia
 14 December 2020  total  16h 13.2m  1.0131  2m 10s Chile, Argentina
 10 June 2021  annular  10h 41.8m  0.9435  3m 51s Canada, Greenland, Siberia
 4 December 2021  total  7h 33.4m  1.0367  1m 54s Antarctica
 30 April 2022  partial  20h 41.3m  0.6389  - South America, Antarctica
 25 October 2022  partial  11h 00.0m  0.8611  - Europe, Asia
 23 April 2023  annular-total  4h 16.6m  1.0132  1m 16s Indonesia, Australia
 14 October 2023  annular  17h 59.3m  0.9520  5m 17s Americas
 8 April 2024  total  18h 17.2m  1.0565  4m 28s North America, Pacific
 2 October 2024  annular  18h 44.8m  0.9326  7m 25s Pacific, South America
 29 March 2025  partial  10h 47.3m  0.9361  - Europa, Greenland
 21 September 2025  partial  19h 41.7m  0.8535  - New Zealand, Antarctica
 17 February 2026  annular  12h 11.7m  0.9630  2m 20s Antarctica
 12 August 2026  total  17h 45.7m  1.0386  2m 18s Europe, Canada
 6 February 2027  annular  16h 0m 47s  0.928  2m 18s South America
 2 August 2027  total  10h 7m 49s  1.079  6m 23s Africa, Europe
 26 January 2028  annular  15h 8m 58s  0.921  10m 27s South America
 22 July 2028  total  2h 56m 39s  1.056  5m 10s Australia, Indonesia
 14 January 2029  partial  17h 13m 47s  0.871  - North America
 12 June 2029  partial  4h 6m 13s  0.458  - Arctic Ocean
 11 July 2029  partial  15h 37m 18s  0.230  - Patagonia
 5 december 2029  partial  15h 3m 57s  0.891  - Antarctica
 1 June 2030  annular  6h 29m 13s  0.944  5m 21s Asia
 25 November 2030  total  6h 51m 37s  1.047  3m 44s South Africa, Australia

(*) This eclipse is given as annular-total in the canon of Hermann Mucke and Jean Meeus. 

Maps of the central eclipses between 2000 and 2050 :

These maps, in Hammer projection, provide the lines of centrality. The annular-total eclipse (mixed eclipse) on 8 April 2005 is given only on the map of total eclipses. The annular non central eclipse of April 29, 2014 is not drawn. 

Click on the links below to see the maps of the central paths for total and annular eclipses occurring during the period 2000-2050 : 

Total eclipses between 2000 and 2025 

Annular eclipses between 2000 and 2025

Total eclipses between 2026 and 2050

Annular eclipses between 2026 and 2050

 

Credit : J.-E. Arlot, P. Rocher/IMCCE

 

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