The Next Total Solar Eclipses
On August 21, 2017, the United States of America was lucky enough to witness a Total Solar Eclipse that passed through the entire country for the first time in many decades. Below you will see a map of the eclipse that shows you what percentage of the eclipse was visible depending on location.
Below is a list of the Total Solar Eclipses that will touch land over the next years. The Eclipse on August 21, 2017 was very special because it was seen from coast to coast in the United States of America and will not be seen in totality anywhere else on land in the world.
1. JULY 2, 2019 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – SOUTH PACIFIC, CHILE, ARGENTINA
Solar Eclipse - South Pacific - Chile - Argentina
2. DECEMBER 14, 2020 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – SOUTH PACIFIC, ARGENTINA, SOUTH ATLANTIC
3. DECEMBER 4, 2021 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ANTARCTICA
Make sure you get the right gear to watch any solar eclipse. Solar safety is very important as looking directly at the Sun can and will damage your eyes.