Total Solar Eclipse

On Monday, August 21, 2017, a solar eclipse will occur and the entire sequence of totality will be visible from spanning from the Pacific northwest to the southeast corner of the United States. This is the most anticipated astronomy event in years and here at OPT, we can help you with everything you'll need to observe or photograph any solar eclipse (including the next one coming through the United States in 2024).

HOW DOES IT HAPPEN?

When the moon passes between sun and earth and blocks all or part of the sun, a solar eclipse occurs as the moon’s shadow is cast on Earth. If you would like further details, check out our video at the top of this page. The-Great-American-Solar-Eclipse-2017-Diagram

The path of totality is a relatively thin ribbon, around 70 miles wide, which will cross the U.S. from West to East. You will need to be within this path to see the full eclipse. To plan for this, here are some cities in the path of totality and what time for when everything begins and ends.

 

 

Eclipse Begins |

 Totality Begins |

 Totality Ends |

 Eclipse Ends |

 Time Zone

Madras, OR

9:06 am

10:19 am

10:21 am

11:41 am

PDT

Idaho Falls, ID

10:15 am

11:33 am

11:34 am

12:58 pm

MDT

Casper, WY

10:22 am

11:42 am

11:45 am

1:09 am

MDT

Lincoln, NE

11:37 am

1:02 pm

1:04 pm

2:29 pm

CDT

Jefferson City, MO

11:46 am

1:13 am

1:16 pm

2:41 pm

CDT

Carbondale, IL

11:52 am

1:20 pm

1:20 pm

2:47 pm

CDT

Paducah, KY

11:54 am

1:22 pm

1:24 pm

2:47 pm

CDT

Nashville, TN

11:58 am

1:27 pm

1:29 pm

2:54 pm

CDT

Clayton, GA

1:06 pm

2:35 pm

2:38 pm

4:01 pm

EDT

Columbia, SC

1:13 pm

2:41 pm

2:44 pm

4:06 pm

EDT

 

Path Of Totality for 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

As you can see in the above image, not all cities in the United States are going to witness a total solar eclipse, But every city in the Continental US will be able to see at least a partial eclipse. Sorry, Alaska and Hawaii...

knowing where you will be at this time is going to give you an idea of what you will be able to see. If you're not going to be in the path of totality, you will have a perfect opportunity to shoot the sun's corona. But outside of the path of totality, you will only be able to view a partial eclipse 

 

BEST WAY TO OBSERVE A SOLAR ECLIPSE

THE GEAR THAT YOU WILL NEED

Gear For Solar Eclipse

To Observe any Eclipse, you will need to acquire a proper filter, telescope, or device to protect your eyes and/or camera from the intense light of the sun. Here are main accessories that you will need.

FILTERS

The first Option That would be getting white light filters to go Over the front of your Telescope or camera lens. The reason why this is the ideal option is that they are inexpensive, and there are sizes available that will fit almost any Telescope or camera lens. Solar filters also very useful for photography the Sun's corona during totality because they can be quickly removed. The details of Corona are very faint and keeping the White Light filter your telescope or camera lens will cause the exposure to be too dark. Once The sun starts to move out of totality, you that easily put the filter back on. To be clear, do not take off your filter for a partial eclipse and only remove the filter when the sun has reach totality

Sun's Corona During Total Eclipse

Photographer: Luc Viatour

These filters come in three flavors, Black Polymer, Glass, and Mylar.

Black Polymer, for a small system,  works very well but tends to lose sharpness on large aperture optics. Although Black Polymer is considered a "White Light" filter, the image that you see will have a reddish orange color, which looks very nice if you are using a color camera.

Glass Solar filters are the most durable and can last you decades. The only downside is that glass solar filters are not as sharp compared to Mylar. Since the glass that is used to make these filters is not optically flat. Out of all of the filters that you use, Mylar solar filters give the sharpest image

Glass and solar filters will always fit on the outside of telescope or camera lens and you'll need to make sure which ever filter you get it will be a proper fit. To help you with this we have created a Solar Filter Cheat Sheet that will make it easy to find which filter fits your equipment. 

HERSCHEL WEDGES

Herschel Wedges give the sharpest white light images. When compared to, Black Polymer, glass or Mylar solar filters the difference is astounding. When used with continuum filters, you can start to see surface details on the sun. For day to day solar observing, they are one of the easiest products to use and will fit right into any refactor. If you are not in the path of totality, We would highly recommend getting one of these.  

The only downside to a Herschel Wedge is that you are limited to using only refractors that have an aperture of 150mm (6 inches) or smaller. When in junction with a Continuum filter, you will get a green cast to your image.

Eclipse Shot With Hershel Wedge and Continuum Filter

H-ALPHA SOLAR TELESCOPES

H-Alpha Solar telescopes give most vibrant details of the sun. Most images of the sun that we see are taken with Hα telescopes and the can resolve striations, prominences, and other solar activity. These telescopes work by blocking most of the energy (99.9%) that is coming from the sun and only allow a specific red wavelength of light that is only .07 to .05 nanometers wide to pass.

These telescopes with work best with monochrome sensors since they are more sensitive to light and generally have better sharpness. Similar to Herschel wedges that also will work best for day to day viewing and partial eclipses.

Partial Solar Eclipse From Torrance CA 2014

  

 

Below is a list of the Total Solar Eclipses that will touch land over the next 50 years. There are a total of 32 that will happen over the next 50 years on Earth and only 4 of them will be visible from the USA partially. The Eclipse on August 21, 2017 is very special because it will go 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

South Pacific - Argentina - South Atlantic

 

3. DECEMBER 4, 2021 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ANTARCTICA

Total Solar Eclipse – Antarctica

 

4. APRIL 8, 2024 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – MEXICO, U.S., CANADA

Total Solar Eclipse – Mexico - U.S. - Canada

 

5. AUGUST 12, 2026 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ARCTIC, GREENLAND, ICELAND, SPAIN

Total Solar Eclipse – Arctic - Greenland - Iceland - Spain

 

6. AUGUST 2, 2027 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – MOROCCO, SPAIN, ALGERIA, LIBYA, EGYPT, SAUDI ARABIA, YEMEN, SOMALIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Morocco - Spain - Algeria - Libya - Egypt - Saudi Arabian - Yemen - Somalia

 

7. JULY 22, 2028 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND

Total Solar Eclipse – Australia - New Zealand

 

8. NOVEMBER 25, 2030 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – BOTSWANA, SOUTH AFRICA, AUSTRALIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Botswana - South Africa - Australia

 

9. MARCH 30, 2033 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – RUSSIA, ALASKA

Total Solar Eclipse – Russia - Alaska

 

10. MARCH 20, 2034 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – NIGERIA, CAMEROON, CHAD, SUDAN, EGYPT, SAUDI ARABIA, IRAN, AFGHANISTAN, PAKISTAN, INDIA CHINA

Total Solar Eclipse – Nigeria - Cameroon - Chad - Sudan - Egypt - Saudi Arabia - Iran - Afghanistan - Pakistan - India - China

 

11. SEPTEMBER 2, 2035 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CHINA, NORTH KOREA, JAPAN, PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – China - North Korea - Japan - Pacific

 

12. JULY 13, 2037 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND

Total Solar Eclipse – Australia - New Zealand-1

 

13. DECEMBER 26, 2038 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, SOUTH PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – Australia - New Zealand - South Pacific

 

14. DECEMBER 15, 2039 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ANTARCTICA

Total Solar Eclipse – Antarctica-1

 

15. APRIL 30, 2041 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ANGOLA, CONGO, UGANDA, KENYA, SOMALIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Angola - Congo - Uganda - Kenya - Somalia

 

16. APRIL 20, 2042 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – MALAYSIA, INDONESIA, PHILIPPINES, NORTH PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – Malaysia - Indonesia - Philippines - North Pacific

 

17. APRIL 9, 2043 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – RUSSIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Russia

 

18. AUGUST 23, 2044 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – GREENLAND, CANADA, U.S.

Total Solar Eclipse – Greenland - Canada - U.S.

 

19. AUGUST 12, 2045 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – U.S., HAITI, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, VENEZUELA, GUYANA, FRENCH GUIANA, SURINAME, BRAZIL

Total Solar Eclipse – U.S. - Haiti - Dominican Republic - Venezuela - Guyana - French Guiana - Suriname - Brazil

 

20. AUGUST 2, 2046 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – BRAZIL, ANGOLA, NAMIBIA, BOTSWANA, SOUTH AFRICA, SWAZILAND, MOZAMBIQUE

Total Solar Eclipse – Brazil - Angola - Namibia - Botswana - South Africa - Swaziland - Mozambique

 

21. DECEMBER 5, 2048 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CHILE, ARGENTINA, NAMIBIA, BOTSWANA

Total Solar Eclipse – Chile - Argentina - Namibia - Botswana

 

22. MARCH 30, 2052 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CENTRAL PACIFIC, MEXICO, U.S., CENTRAL ATLANTIC

Total Solar Eclipse – Central Pacific - Mexico - U.S. - Central Atlantic

 

23. SEPTEMBER 12, 2053 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – MOROCCO, ALGERIA, TUNISIA, LIBYA, EGYPT, SAUDI ARABIA, INDONESIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Morocco - Algeria - Tunisia - Libya - Egypt - Saudi Arabia - Indonesia

 

24. JULY 24, 2055 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – SOUTH AFRICA

Total Solar Eclipse – South Africa

 

25. JANUARY 5, 2057 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE - SOUTHERN ATLANTIC, SOUTHERN INDIAN

Total Solar Eclipse - Southern Atlantic - Southern Indian

 

26. DECEMBER 26, 2057 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ANTARCTICA

Total Solar Eclipse – Antarctica-2

 

27. MAY 11, 2059 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CENTRAL PACIFIC, ECUADOR, PERU, BRAZIL

Total Solar Eclipse – Central Pacific - Ecuador - Peru - Brazil

 

28. APRIL 30, 2060 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – IVORY COAST, GHANA, TOGO, BENIN, NIGERIA, NIGER, CHAD, LIBYA, EGYPT, TURKEY, KAZAKHSTAN, RUSSIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Ivory Coast - Ghana - Togo - Benin - Nigeria - Niger - Chad - Libya - Egypt - Turkey - Kazakhstan - Russia

 

29. APRIL 20, 2061 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – KAZAKHSTAN, RUSSIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Kazakhstan - Russia

 

30. AUGUST 24, 2063 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CHINA, MONGOLIA, JAPAN, CENTRAL PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – China - Mongolia - Japan - Central Pacific

 

31. AUGUST 12, 2064 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CENTRAL PACIFIC, CHILE, ARGENTINA

Total Solar Eclipse – Central Pacific - Chile - Argentina

32. DECEMBER 17, 2066 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, SOUTH PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – Australia - New Zealand - South Pacific-1
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On Monday, August 21, 2017, a solar eclipse will occur and the entire sequence of totality will be visible from spanning from the Pacific northwest to the southeast corner of the United States. This is the most anticipated astronomy event in years and here at OPT, we can help you with everything you'll need to observe or photograph any solar eclipse (including the next one coming through the United States in 2024).

HOW DOES IT HAPPEN?

When the moon passes between sun and earth and blocks all or part of the sun, a solar eclipse occurs as the moon’s shadow is cast on Earth. If you would like further details, check out our video at the top of this page. The-Great-American-Solar-Eclipse-2017-Diagram

The path of totality is a relatively thin ribbon, around 70 miles wide, which will cross the U.S. from West to East. You will need to be within this path to see the full eclipse. To plan for this, here are some cities in the path of totality and what time for when everything begins and ends.

 

 

Eclipse Begins |

 Totality Begins |

 Totality Ends |

 Eclipse Ends |

 Time Zone

Madras, OR

9:06 am

10:19 am

10:21 am

11:41 am

PDT

Idaho Falls, ID

10:15 am

11:33 am

11:34 am

12:58 pm

MDT

Casper, WY

10:22 am

11:42 am

11:45 am

1:09 am

MDT

Lincoln, NE

11:37 am

1:02 pm

1:04 pm

2:29 pm

CDT

Jefferson City, MO

11:46 am

1:13 am

1:16 pm

2:41 pm

CDT

Carbondale, IL

11:52 am

1:20 pm

1:20 pm

2:47 pm

CDT

Paducah, KY

11:54 am

1:22 pm

1:24 pm

2:47 pm

CDT

Nashville, TN

11:58 am

1:27 pm

1:29 pm

2:54 pm

CDT

Clayton, GA

1:06 pm

2:35 pm

2:38 pm

4:01 pm

EDT

Columbia, SC

1:13 pm

2:41 pm

2:44 pm

4:06 pm

EDT

 

Path Of Totality for 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

As you can see in the above image, not all cities in the United States are going to witness a total solar eclipse, But every city in the Continental US will be able to see at least a partial eclipse. Sorry, Alaska and Hawaii...

knowing where you will be at this time is going to give you an idea of what you will be able to see. If you're not going to be in the path of totality, you will have a perfect opportunity to shoot the sun's corona. But outside of the path of totality, you will only be able to view a partial eclipse 

 

BEST WAY TO OBSERVE A SOLAR ECLIPSE

THE GEAR THAT YOU WILL NEED

Gear For Solar Eclipse

To Observe any Eclipse, you will need to acquire a proper filter, telescope, or device to protect your eyes and/or camera from the intense light of the sun. Here are main accessories that you will need.

FILTERS

The first Option That would be getting white light filters to go Over the front of your Telescope or camera lens. The reason why this is the ideal option is that they are inexpensive, and there are sizes available that will fit almost any Telescope or camera lens. Solar filters also very useful for photography the Sun's corona during totality because they can be quickly removed. The details of Corona are very faint and keeping the White Light filter your telescope or camera lens will cause the exposure to be too dark. Once The sun starts to move out of totality, you that easily put the filter back on. To be clear, do not take off your filter for a partial eclipse and only remove the filter when the sun has reach totality

Sun's Corona During Total Eclipse

Photographer: Luc Viatour

These filters come in three flavors, Black Polymer, Glass, and Mylar.

Black Polymer, for a small system,  works very well but tends to lose sharpness on large aperture optics. Although Black Polymer is considered a "White Light" filter, the image that you see will have a reddish orange color, which looks very nice if you are using a color camera.

Glass Solar filters are the most durable and can last you decades. The only downside is that glass solar filters are not as sharp compared to Mylar. Since the glass that is used to make these filters is not optically flat. Out of all of the filters that you use, Mylar solar filters give the sharpest image

Glass and solar filters will always fit on the outside of telescope or camera lens and you'll need to make sure which ever filter you get it will be a proper fit. To help you with this we have created a Solar Filter Cheat Sheet that will make it easy to find which filter fits your equipment. 

HERSCHEL WEDGES

Herschel Wedges give the sharpest white light images. When compared to, Black Polymer, glass or Mylar solar filters the difference is astounding. When used with continuum filters, you can start to see surface details on the sun. For day to day solar observing, they are one of the easiest products to use and will fit right into any refactor. If you are not in the path of totality, We would highly recommend getting one of these.  

The only downside to a Herschel Wedge is that you are limited to using only refractors that have an aperture of 150mm (6 inches) or smaller. When in junction with a Continuum filter, you will get a green cast to your image.

Eclipse Shot With Hershel Wedge and Continuum Filter

H-ALPHA SOLAR TELESCOPES

H-Alpha Solar telescopes give most vibrant details of the sun. Most images of the sun that we see are taken with Hα telescopes and the can resolve striations, prominences, and other solar activity. These telescopes work by blocking most of the energy (99.9%) that is coming from the sun and only allow a specific red wavelength of light that is only .07 to .05 nanometers wide to pass.

These telescopes with work best with monochrome sensors since they are more sensitive to light and generally have better sharpness. Similar to Herschel wedges that also will work best for day to day viewing and partial eclipses.

Partial Solar Eclipse From Torrance CA 2014

  

 

Below is a list of the Total Solar Eclipses that will touch land over the next 50 years. There are a total of 32 that will happen over the next 50 years on Earth and only 4 of them will be visible from the USA partially. The Eclipse on August 21, 2017 is very special because it will go 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

South Pacific - Argentina - South Atlantic

 

3. DECEMBER 4, 2021 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ANTARCTICA

Total Solar Eclipse – Antarctica

 

4. APRIL 8, 2024 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – MEXICO, U.S., CANADA

Total Solar Eclipse – Mexico - U.S. - Canada

 

5. AUGUST 12, 2026 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ARCTIC, GREENLAND, ICELAND, SPAIN

Total Solar Eclipse – Arctic - Greenland - Iceland - Spain

 

6. AUGUST 2, 2027 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – MOROCCO, SPAIN, ALGERIA, LIBYA, EGYPT, SAUDI ARABIA, YEMEN, SOMALIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Morocco - Spain - Algeria - Libya - Egypt - Saudi Arabian - Yemen - Somalia

 

7. JULY 22, 2028 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND

Total Solar Eclipse – Australia - New Zealand

 

8. NOVEMBER 25, 2030 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – BOTSWANA, SOUTH AFRICA, AUSTRALIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Botswana - South Africa - Australia

 

9. MARCH 30, 2033 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – RUSSIA, ALASKA

Total Solar Eclipse – Russia - Alaska

 

10. MARCH 20, 2034 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – NIGERIA, CAMEROON, CHAD, SUDAN, EGYPT, SAUDI ARABIA, IRAN, AFGHANISTAN, PAKISTAN, INDIA CHINA

Total Solar Eclipse – Nigeria - Cameroon - Chad - Sudan - Egypt - Saudi Arabia - Iran - Afghanistan - Pakistan - India - China

 

11. SEPTEMBER 2, 2035 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CHINA, NORTH KOREA, JAPAN, PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – China - North Korea - Japan - Pacific

 

12. JULY 13, 2037 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND

Total Solar Eclipse – Australia - New Zealand-1

 

13. DECEMBER 26, 2038 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, SOUTH PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – Australia - New Zealand - South Pacific

 

14. DECEMBER 15, 2039 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ANTARCTICA

Total Solar Eclipse – Antarctica-1

 

15. APRIL 30, 2041 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ANGOLA, CONGO, UGANDA, KENYA, SOMALIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Angola - Congo - Uganda - Kenya - Somalia

 

16. APRIL 20, 2042 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – MALAYSIA, INDONESIA, PHILIPPINES, NORTH PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – Malaysia - Indonesia - Philippines - North Pacific

 

17. APRIL 9, 2043 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – RUSSIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Russia

 

18. AUGUST 23, 2044 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – GREENLAND, CANADA, U.S.

Total Solar Eclipse – Greenland - Canada - U.S.

 

19. AUGUST 12, 2045 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – U.S., HAITI, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, VENEZUELA, GUYANA, FRENCH GUIANA, SURINAME, BRAZIL

Total Solar Eclipse – U.S. - Haiti - Dominican Republic - Venezuela - Guyana - French Guiana - Suriname - Brazil

 

20. AUGUST 2, 2046 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – BRAZIL, ANGOLA, NAMIBIA, BOTSWANA, SOUTH AFRICA, SWAZILAND, MOZAMBIQUE

Total Solar Eclipse – Brazil - Angola - Namibia - Botswana - South Africa - Swaziland - Mozambique

 

21. DECEMBER 5, 2048 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CHILE, ARGENTINA, NAMIBIA, BOTSWANA

Total Solar Eclipse – Chile - Argentina - Namibia - Botswana

 

22. MARCH 30, 2052 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CENTRAL PACIFIC, MEXICO, U.S., CENTRAL ATLANTIC

Total Solar Eclipse – Central Pacific - Mexico - U.S. - Central Atlantic

 

23. SEPTEMBER 12, 2053 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – MOROCCO, ALGERIA, TUNISIA, LIBYA, EGYPT, SAUDI ARABIA, INDONESIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Morocco - Algeria - Tunisia - Libya - Egypt - Saudi Arabia - Indonesia

 

24. JULY 24, 2055 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – SOUTH AFRICA

Total Solar Eclipse – South Africa

 

25. JANUARY 5, 2057 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE - SOUTHERN ATLANTIC, SOUTHERN INDIAN

Total Solar Eclipse - Southern Atlantic - Southern Indian

 

26. DECEMBER 26, 2057 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – ANTARCTICA

Total Solar Eclipse – Antarctica-2

 

27. MAY 11, 2059 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CENTRAL PACIFIC, ECUADOR, PERU, BRAZIL

Total Solar Eclipse – Central Pacific - Ecuador - Peru - Brazil

 

28. APRIL 30, 2060 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – IVORY COAST, GHANA, TOGO, BENIN, NIGERIA, NIGER, CHAD, LIBYA, EGYPT, TURKEY, KAZAKHSTAN, RUSSIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Ivory Coast - Ghana - Togo - Benin - Nigeria - Niger - Chad - Libya - Egypt - Turkey - Kazakhstan - Russia

 

29. APRIL 20, 2061 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – KAZAKHSTAN, RUSSIA

Total Solar Eclipse – Kazakhstan - Russia

 

30. AUGUST 24, 2063 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CHINA, MONGOLIA, JAPAN, CENTRAL PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – China - Mongolia - Japan - Central Pacific

 

31. AUGUST 12, 2064 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – CENTRAL PACIFIC, CHILE, ARGENTINA

Total Solar Eclipse – Central Pacific - Chile - Argentina

32. DECEMBER 17, 2066 TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE – AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, SOUTH PACIFIC

Total Solar Eclipse – Australia - New Zealand - South Pacific-1