List of solar eclipses in the 21st century

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During the 21st century, there will be 224 solar eclipses of which 77 will be partial, 72 will be annular, 68 will be total and 7 will be hybrids between total and annular eclipses. Of these, two annular and one total eclipse will be off-centre,[1] in the sense that the path of the maximum eclipse will only touch Earth's surface rather than traversing it.[2] The greatest number of eclipses in one year will be four, in 2011, 2029, 2047, 2065, 2076, and 2094. The predictions given here are by Fred Espenak of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.[1]

So far, the longest duration in which the moon totally covered the sun, known as totality, was during the solar eclipse of July 22, 2009. This total solar eclipse had a maximum duration of 6 minutes and 39 seconds. The longest possible duration of a total solar eclipse is 7 minutes and 32 seconds. The longest annular solar eclipse of the 21st century took place on January 15, 2010, with a duration of 11 minutes and 8 seconds. The possible maximum duration is 12 minutes and 29 seconds. The eclipse of May 20, 2050, will be the second hybrid eclipse in the span of less than one year, the first one being on November 25, 2049.[a]

The list contains the date and time of the greatest eclipse (in dynamical time, which in this case is the time when the axis of the Moon's shadow cone passes closest to the centre of Earth; this is in Universal Time). The number of the Saros cycle that the eclipse belongs to is given, followed by the magnitude of the eclipse (the fraction of the sun's diameter obscured by the moon) and the type of the eclipse (either total, annular, partial or hybrid). For total and annular eclipses, the duration of the eclipse is given, as well as the location of the greatest eclipse (the point of maximum eclipse) and the path width of the total or annular eclipse. The geographical areas from which the eclipse can be seen are listed.[3]

Contents

Eclipses

DateTime of
greatest eclipse
(UTC)
Saros cycleTypeMagnitudeCentral
duration
LocationPath widthGeographical areaRef(s)
June 21, 200112:04:46127Total1.0504m 57s 11°18′S 2°42′E / 11.3°S 2.7°E / -11.3; 2.77002200000000000000200 km (120 mi)Total: Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Madagascar

Partial: South America, Africa

[a][4]
December 14, 200120:53:01132Annular0.9683m 53s 0°36′N 130°42′W / 0.6°N 130.7°W / 0.6; -130.77002126000000000000126 km (78 mi)Annular: Nicaragua and Costa Rica

Partial: North and Central America, Northwestern South America, Hawaii

[a][4]
June 10, 200223:45:22137Annular0.9960m 23s 34°30′N 178°36′W / 34.5°N 178.6°W / 34.5; -178.6700113000000000000013 km (8.1 mi)Annular: Manado, Indonesia, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Partial: Eastern Asia, Northeastern Australia, North America, Hawaii

[a][4]
December 4, 200207:32:16142Total1.0242m 4s 39°30′S 59°36′E / 39.5°S 59.6°E / -39.5; 59.6700187000000000000087 km (54 mi)Total: Angola, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mozambique and South Australia

Partial: Africa, Antarctica, Indonesia, Australia

[a][4]
May 31, 200304:09:22147Annular0.9383m 37s 66°36′N 24°30′W / 66.6°N 24.5°W / 66.6; -24.5Annular: Greenland, Iceland, Northeastern Scotland, Faroe Islands, Shetland Islands

Partial: Eastern Europe, Northern and Western Asia, Middle East, Alaska, Greenland and northwestern Canada

[a][4]
November 23, 200322:50:22152Total1.0381m 57s 72°42′S 88°24′E / 72.7°S 88.4°E / -72.7; 88.47002495000000000000495 km (308 mi)Total: East Antarctica

Partial: Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica, Southern Chile and Argentina

[a][4]
April 19, 200413:35:05119Partial0.737 61°36′S 44°18′E / 61.6°S 44.3°E / -61.6; 44.3Partial: Antarctic Peninsula, East Antarctica, Southern Africa[a][4]
October 14, 200403:00:23124Partial0.928 61°12′N 153°42′W / 61.2°N 153.7°W / 61.2; -153.7Partial: Eastern Russia, Mongolia, Northeastern China, Korea, Japan, Hawaii, Western Alaska[a][4]
April 8, 200520:36:51129Hybrid1.0070m 42s 10°36′S 119°00′W / 10.6°S 119.0°W / -10.6; -119.0700127000000000000027 km (17 mi)Hybrid: Venezuela, Colombia, Panama, southeastern French Polynesia, Bounty Islands

Partial: Pacific, Mexico, Central America, Caribbean, Western South America, New Zealand, West Antarctica

[a][4]
October 3, 200510:32:47134Annular0.9584m 32s 12°54′N 28°42′E / 12.9°N 28.7°E / 12.9; 28.77002162000000000000162 km (101 mi)Annular: Portugal, Spain, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Chad, Sudan, Kenya and Somalia

Partial: Africa, Europe, Western Asia, Middle East and India

[a][4]
March 29, 200610:12:23139Total1.0524m 7s 23°12′N 16°42′E / 23.2°N 16.7°E / 23.2; 16.77002104000000000000104 km (65 mi)Total: Natal, Brazil, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Niger, Libya, extreme northwest Egypt, Turkey, Georgia, southwestern Russia and Kazakhstan

Partial: North Africa, Central Africa, eastern Brazil, Central Asia, Middle East, India and Europe

[a][4]
September 22, 200611:41:16144Annular0.9357m 9s 20°36′S 9°06′W / 20.6°S 9.1°W / -20.6; -9.17002261000000000000261 km (162 mi)Annular: Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana

Partial: South America, West Africa, Southern Africa, Antarctic Peninsula, East Antarctica

[a][4]
March 19, 200702:32:57149Partial0.876 61°00′N 55°30′E / 61.0°N 55.5°E / 61.0; 55.5Partial: Asia, Western Alaska[a][4]
September 11, 200712:32:24154Partial0.751 61°00′S 90°12′W / 61.0°S 90.2°W / -61.0; -90.2Partial: Central and Southern South America, Antarctic Peninsula, East Antarctica, South Atlantic[a][4]
February 7, 200803:56:10121Annular0.9652m 12s 67°36′S 150°30′W / 67.6°S 150.5°W / -67.6; -150.57002444000000000000444 km (276 mi)Annular: West Antarctica

Partial: Antarctica, Southeastern Australia, New Zealand, Southeastern Melanesia, Southeastern Micronesia, Southeastern Polynesia

[a][4]
August 1, 200810:22:12126Total1.0392m 27s 65°42′N 72°18′E / 65.7°N 72.3°E / 65.7; 72.37002237000000000000237 km (147 mi)Total: Nunavut, northern Greenland, central Russia, western Mongolia, western China

Partial: Nova Scotia, PEI, New Brunswick, Quebec, Nunavut, Greenland, northern Europe, Asia

[a][4]
January 26, 200907:59:45131Annular0.9287m 54s 34°06′S 70°12′E / 34.1°S 70.2°E / -34.1; 70.27002280000000000000280 km (170 mi)Annular: southeast Sumatra, Jakarta and Borneo

Partial: Southern Africa, east Antarctica, South East Asia, Philippines, Australia

[a][4]
July 22, 200902:36:25136Total1.0806m 39s 24°12′N 144°06′E / 24.2°N 144.1°E / 24.2; 144.17002258000000000000258 km (160 mi)Total: central and northeastern India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, China, northern part of the Ryukyu Islands (Satsunan)

Partial: Southeast Asia, Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia, Central Pacific Ocean area and its islands

[a][4]
January 15, 201007:07:39141Annular0.91911m 8s 1°36′N 69°18′E / 1.6°N 69.3°E / 1.6; 69.37002333000000000000333 km (207 mi)Annular: Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Maldives, southeastern India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, central China

Partial: Africa, Southeastern Europe, Middle East, Asia

[a][4]
July 11, 201019:34:38146Total1.0585m 20s 19°42′S 121°54′W / 19.7°S 121.9°W / -19.7; -121.97002259000000000000259 km (161 mi)Total: Southern Chile and Argentina, Southeastern Polynesia

Partial: southwestern South America, French Polynesia, Hawai'i

[a][4]
January 4, 201108:51:42151Partial0.858 64°42′N 20°48′E / 64.7°N 20.8°E / 64.7; 20.8Partial: Europe, Northern Africa, Central Asia, Middle East[a][4]
June 1, 201121:17:18118Partial0.601 67°48′N 46°48′E / 67.8°N 46.8°E / 67.8; 46.8Partial: Iceland, Northern Canada, Alaska, Northeastern Asia, Greenland, northern Scandinavia[a][4]
July 1, 201108:39:30156Partial0.097 65°12′S 28°36′E / 65.2°S 28.6°E / -65.2; 28.6Partial: Southern Indian Ocean near Antarctica[a][4]
November 25, 201106:21:24123Partial0.905 68°36′S 82°24′W / 68.6°S 82.4°W / -68.6; -82.4Partial: Southwestern South Africa, Antarctica, Tasmania, New Zealand[a][4]
May 20, 201223:53:54128Annular0.9445m 46s 49°06′N 176°18′E / 49.1°N 176.3°E / 49.1; 176.37002237000000000000237 km (147 mi)Annular: Southern China, Hong Kong, Macau, Kyushu, Shikoku, southern Honshu, Tokyo, Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas

Partial: Pacific, eastern Asia, North America, Hawaii

[a][4]
November 13, 201222:12:55133Total1.0504m 2s 40°00′S 161°18′W / 40.0°S 161.3°W / -40.0; -161.37002179000000000000179 km (111 mi)Total: Arnhem Land and central Cape York Peninsula, Australia, Kermadec Islands, New Zealand

Partial: Australia, New Zealand, Melanesia, Southeastern South America, Southern Pacific, Polynesia, Antarctic Peninsula, West Antarctica, Talos Dome

[a][4]
May 10, 201300:26:20138Annular0.9546m 3s 2°12′N 175°30′E / 2.2°N 175.5°E / 2.2; 175.57002173000000000000173 km (107 mi)Annular: Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia, Louisiade Archipelago, Solomon Islands, Kiribati

Partial: Australia, New Zealand, Central Pacific, Hawaii, Indonesia

[a][4]
November 3, 201312:47:36143Hybrid1.0161m 40s 3°30′N 11°42′W / 3.5°N 11.7°W / 3.5; -11.7700158000000000000058 km (36 mi)Hybrid: Gabon, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia

Partial: Eastern America, Eastern Canada, Caribbean, Eastern South America, South Europe, Africa

[a][4]
April 29, 201406:04:33148Annular (non-central)0.987 70°36′S 131°18′E / 70.6°S 131.3°E / -70.6; 131.3Annular: western Wilkes Land
Partial: South Indian Ocean, Australia, east Antarctica
[a][4]
October 23, 201421:45:39153Partial0.811 71°12′N 97°12′W / 71.2°N 97.2°W / 71.2; -97.2Partial: Northern Pacific, North America, Mexico, Eastern Russia[a][4]
March 20, 201509:46:47120Total1.0452m 47s 64°24′N 6°36′W / 64.4°N 6.6°W / 64.4; -6.67002463000000000000463 km (288 mi)Total: Faroe Islands, Svalbard, North Atlantic, North Pole

Partial: Greenland, Europe, Central Asia, Western Russia

[a][4]
September 13, 201506:55:19125Partial0.788 72°06′S 2°18′W / 72.1°S 2.3°W / -72.1; -2.3Partial: Southern Africa, South Indian Ocean, east Antarctica[a][4]
March 9, 201601:58:19130Total1.0454m 9s 10°06′N 148°48′E / 10.1°N 148.8°E / 10.1; 148.87002155000000000000155 km (96 mi)Total: Indonesia, Micronesia, Marshall Islands

Partial: Southeastern Asia, Korea, Japan, Eastern Russia, Alaska, Northwestern Australia, Hawaii, Pacific

[a][4]
September 1, 201609:08:02135Annular0.9743m 6s 10°42′S 37°48′E / 10.7°S 37.8°E / -10.7; 37.87002100000000000000100 km (62 mi)Annular: Atlantic, Central Africa, Madagascar, Indian

Partial: Africa, Indian Ocean

[a][5]
February 26, 201714:54:33140Annular0.9920m 44s 34°42′S 31°12′W / 34.7°S 31.2°W / -34.7; -31.2700131000000000000031 km (19 mi)Annular: southern Chile and Argentina, Angola, southwestern Katanga

Partial: Southern and Western Africa, Southern South America, Antarctica

[a][4]
August 21, 201718:26:40145Total1.0312m 40s 37°00′N 87°42′W / 37.0°N 87.7°W / 37.0; -87.77002115000000000000115 km (71 mi)Total: Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Northeastern Kansas, Missouri, southern Illinois, Western Kentucky, Tennessee, Southwestern North Carolina, Northeastern Georgia, South Carolina

Partial: North America, Hawaii, Greenland, Iceland, British Isles, Portugal, Central America, Caribbean, northern South America, Chukchi Peninsula

[a][4]
February 15, 201820:52:33150Partial0.599 71°00′S 0°36′E / 71.0°S 0.6°E / -71.0; 0.6Partial: Antarctica, Southern South America[a][4]
July 13, 201803:02:16117Partial0.336 67°54′S 127°24′E / 67.9°S 127.4°E / -67.9; 127.4Partial: South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, Indian Ocean, Budd Coast[a][4]
August 11, 201809:47:28155Partial0.737 70°24′N 174°30′E / 70.4°N 174.5°E / 70.4; 174.5Partial: Northeastern Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Arctic Ocean, Scandinavia, northern British Isles, Russia, Northern Asia[a][4]
January 6, 201901:42:38122Partial0.715 67°24′N 153°36′E / 67.4°N 153.6°E / 67.4; 153.6Partial: Northeastern Asia, Southwestern Alaska, Aleutian Islands[a][4]
July 2, 201919:24:08127Total1.0464m 33s 17°24′S 109°00′W / 17.4°S 109.0°W / -17.4; -109.07002201000000000000201 km (125 mi)Total: central Argentina and Chile, Tuamotu Archipelago

Partial: South America, Easter Island, Galapagos Islands, Southern Central America, Polynesia

[a][4]
December 26, 201905:18:53132Annular0.9703m 40s 1°00′N 102°18′E / 1.0°N 102.3°E / 1.0; 102.37002118000000000000118 km (73 mi)Annular: northeastern Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Lakshadweep, Southern India, Sri Lanka, Northern Sumatra, southern Malaysia, Singapore, Borneo, central Indonesia, Palau, Micronesia, Guam

Partial: Asia, Western Melanesia, Northwestern Australia, Middle East, East Africa

[a][4]
June 21, 202006:41:15137Annular0.9940m 38s 30°30′N 79°42′E / 30.5°N 79.7°E / 30.5; 79.7700121000000000000021 km (13 mi)Annular: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Yemen, Empty Quarter, Oman, southern Pakistan, Northern India, New Delhi, Tibet, southern China, Chongqing, Taiwan

Partial: Asia, Southeastern Europe, Africa, Middle East, West Melanesia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Cape York Peninsula

[a][4]
December 14, 202016:14:39142Total1.0252m 10s 40°18′S 67°54′W / 40.3°S 67.9°W / -40.3; -67.9700190000000000000090 km (56 mi)Total: Southern Chile and Argentina, Kiribati, Polynesia

Partial: Central and Southern South America, Southwest Africa, Antarctic Peninsula, Ellsworth Land, Western Queen Maud Land

[a][4]
June 10, 202110:43:07147Annular0.9433m 51s 80°48′N 66°48′W / 80.8°N 66.8°W / 80.8; -66.87002527000000000000527 km (327 mi)Annular: Northern Canada, Greenland, Russia

Partial: Northern North America, Europe, Asia

[a][6]
December 4, 202107:34:38152Total1.0371m 54s 76°48′S 46°12′W / 76.8°S 46.2°W / -76.8; -46.27002419000000000000419 km (260 mi)Total: Antarctica
Partial: South Africa, South Atlantic
[a][6]
April 30, 202220:42:36119Partial0.640 62°06′S 71°30′W / 62.1°S 71.5°W / -62.1; -71.5Partial: Southeast Pacific, Southern South America[a][6]
October 25, 202211:01:20124Partial0.862 61°36′N 77°24′E / 61.6°N 77.4°E / 61.6; 77.4Partial: Europe, Northeast Africa, Mid East, West Asia[a][6]
April 20, 202304:17:56129Hybrid1.0131m 16s 9°36′S 125°48′E / 9.6°S 125.8°E / -9.6; 125.8700149000000000000049 km (30 mi)Hybrid: Indonesia, Australia, Papua New Guinea
Partial: Southeast Asia, East Indies, Philippines, New Zealand
[a][6]
October 14, 202318:00:41134Annular0.9525m 17s 11°24′N 83°06′W / 11.4°N 83.1°W / 11.4; -83.17002187000000000000187 km (116 mi)Annular: Western United States, Central America, Colombia, Brazil
Partial: North America, Central America, South America
[a][6]
April 8, 202418:18:29139Total1.0574m 28s 25°18′N 104°06′W / 25.3°N 104.1°W / 25.3; -104.17002198000000000000198 km (123 mi)Total: Mexico, Central United States, East Canada
Partial: North America, Central America
[a][6]
October 2, 202418:46:13144Annular0.9337m 25s 22°00′S 114°30′W / 22.0°S 114.5°W / -22.0; -114.57002266000000000000266 km (165 mi)Annular: Southern Chile, Southern Argentina
Partial: Pacific, Southern South America
[a][6]
March 29, 202510:48:36149Partial0.938 61°06′N 77°06′W / 61.1°N 77.1°W / 61.1; -77.1Partial: Northwest Africa, Europe, Northern Russia[a][6]
September 21, 202519:43:04154Partial0.855 60°54′S 153°30′E / 60.9°S 153.5°E / -60.9; 153.5Partial: South Pacific, New Zealand, Antarctica[a][6]
February 17, 202612:13:06121Annular0.9632m 20s 64°42′S 86°48′E / 64.7°S 86.8°E / -64.7; 86.87002616000000000000616 km (383 mi)Annular: Antarctica
Partial: South Argentina, Chile, South Africa, Antarctica
[a][6]
August 12, 202617:47:06126Total1.0392m 18s 65°12′N 25°12′W / 65.2°N 25.2°W / 65.2; -25.27002294000000000000294 km (183 mi)Total: Arctic, Greenland, Iceland, Spain, Northeastern Portugal
Partial: Northern North America, Western Africa, Europe
[a][6]
February 6, 202716:00:48131Annular0.9287m 51s 31°18′S 48°30′W / 31.3°S 48.5°W / -31.3; -48.57002282000000000000282 km (175 mi)Annular: Chile, Argentina, Atlantic
Partial: South America, Antarctica, West and South Africa
[a][6]
August 2, 202710:07:50136Total1.0796m 23s 25°30′N 33°12′E / 25.5°N 33.2°E / 25.5; 33.27002258000000000000258 km (160 mi)Total: Morocco, Spain, Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Somalia
Partial: Africa, Europe, Mid East, West and South Asia
[a][6]
January 26, 202815:08:59141Annular0.92110m 27s 3°00′N 51°30′W / 3.0°N 51.5°W / 3.0; -51.57002323000000000000323 km (201 mi)Annular: Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Suriname, Spain, Portugal
Partial: Eastern North America, Central and South America, Western Europe, Northwest Africa
[a][6]
July 22, 202802:56:40146Total1.0565m 10s 15°36′S 126°42′E / 15.6°S 126.7°E / -15.6; 126.77002230000000000000230 km (140 mi)Total: Australia, New Zealand
Partial: Southeast Asia, East Indies
[a][6]
January 14, 202917:13:48151Partial0.871 63°42′N 114°12′W / 63.7°N 114.2°W / 63.7; -114.2Partial: North America, Central America[a][6]
June 12, 202904:06:13118Partial0.458 66°48′N 66°12′W / 66.8°N 66.2°W / 66.8; -66.2Partial: Arctic, Scandinavia, Alaska, Northern Asia, Northern Canada[a][6]
July 11, 202915:37:19156Partial0.230 64°18′S 85°36′W / 64.3°S 85.6°W / -64.3; -85.6Partial: Southern Chile, Southern Argentina[a][6]
December 5, 202915:03:58123Partial0.891 67°30′S 135°42′E / 67.5°S 135.7°E / -67.5; 135.7Partial: Southern Argentina, Southern Chile, Antarctica[a][6]
June 1, 203006:29:13128Annular0.9445m 21s 56°30′N 80°06′E / 56.5°N 80.1°E / 56.5; 80.17002250000000000000250 km (160 mi)Annular: Algeria, Tunisia, Greece, Turkey, Russia, Northern China, Japan
Partial: Europe, Northern Africa, Mid East, Asia, Arctic, Alaska
[a][6]
November 25, 203006:51:37133Total1.0473m 44s 43°36′S 71°12′E / 43.6°S 71.2°E / -43.6; 71.27002169000000000000169 km (105 mi)Total: Botswana, South Africa, Australia
Partial: South Africa, Southern Indian Ocean, East Indies, Australia, Antarctica
[a][6]
May 21, 203107:16:04138Annular0.9595m 26s 8°54′N 71°42′E / 8.9°N 71.7°E / 8.9; 71.77002152000000000000152 km (94 mi)Annular: Angola, Republic of the Congo, Zambia, Tanzania, south Indian Ocean, Malaysia, Indonesia
Partial: Africa, south Asia, East Indies, Australia
[a][7]
November 14, 203121:07:31143Hybrid1.0111m 8s 0°36′S 137°36′W / 0.6°S 137.6°W / -0.6; -137.6700138000000000000038 km (24 mi)Hybrid: Pacific, Panama
Partial: south United States, Central America, northwest South America
[a][7]
May 9, 203213:26:42148Annular0.9960m 22s 51°18′S 7°06′W / 51.3°S 7.1°W / -51.3; -7.1700144000000000000044 km (27 mi)Annular: south Atlantic
Partial: south South America, South Africa
[a][7]
November 3, 203205:34:13153Partial0.855 70°24′N 132°36′E / 70.4°N 132.6°E / 70.4; 132.6Partial: Asia[a][7]
March 30, 203318:02:36120Total1.0462m 37s 71°18′N 155°48′W / 71.3°N 155.8°W / 71.3; -155.87002781000000000000781 km (485 mi)Total: east Russia, Alaska
Partial: North America
[a][7]
September 23, 203313:54:31125Partial0.689 72°12′S 121°12′W / 72.2°S 121.2°W / -72.2; -121.2Partial: south South America, Antarctica[a][7]
March 20, 203410:18:45130Total1.0464m 9s16°06′N 22°12′E / 16.1°N 22.2°E / 16.1; 22.27002159000000000000159 km (99 mi)Total: Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Sudan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, China
Partial: Africa, Europe, west Asia
[a][7]
September 12, 203416:19:28135Annular0.9742m 58s 18°12′S 72°36′W / 18.2°S 72.6°W / -18.2; -72.67002102000000000000102 km (63 mi)Annular: Chile, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil
Partial: Central America, South America
[a][7]
March 9, 203523:05:54140Annular0.9920m 48s 29°00′S 154°54′W / 29.0°S 154.9°W / -29.0; -154.9700131000000000000031 km (19 mi)Annular: New Zealand, Pacific
Partial: Australia, Mexico, Antarctica
[a][7]
September 2, 203501:56:46145Total1.0322m 54s 29°06′N 158°00′E / 29.1°N 158.0°E / 29.1; 158.07002116000000000000116 km (72 mi)Total: China, Korea, Japan, Pacific
Partial: east Asia, Pacific
[a][7]
February 27, 203604:46:49150Partial0.629 71°36′S 131°24′W / 71.6°S 131.4°W / -71.6; -131.4Partial: Antarctica, south Australia, New Zealand[a][7]
July 23, 203610:32:06117Partial0.199 68°54′S 3°36′E / 68.9°S 3.6°E / -68.9; 3.6Partial: south Atlantic[a][7]
August 21, 203617:25:45155Partial0.862 71°06′N 47°00′E / 71.1°N 47.0°E / 71.1; 47.0Partial: Alaska, Canada, Arctic, west Europe, northwest Africa[a][7]
January 16, 203709:48:55122Partial0.705 68°30′N 20°48′E / 68.5°N 20.8°E / 68.5; 20.8Partial: north Africa, Europe, Mid East, west Asia[a][7]
July 13, 203702:40:36127Total1.0413m 58s 24°48′S 139°06′E / 24.8°S 139.1°E / -24.8; 139.17002201000000000000201 km (125 mi)Total: Australia, New Zealand
Partial: East Indies, Australia, Pacific
[a][7]
January 5, 203813:47:11132Annular0.9733m 18s 2°06′N 25°24′W / 2.1°N 25.4°W / 2.1; -25.47002107000000000000107 km (66 mi)Annular: Cuba, Dominican Republic, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Niger, Chad, Egypt
Partial: east North America, north South America, Atlantic, Africa, Europe
[a][7]
July 2, 203813:32:55137Annular0.9911m 0s 25°24′N 21°54′W / 25.4°N 21.9°W / 25.4; -21.9700131000000000000031 km (19 mi)Annular: Colombia, Venezuela, Mauritania, Morocco, Mali, Niger, Chad, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya
Partial: North and Central America, South America, Africa, Europe, Mid East
[a][7]
December 26, 203801:00:10142Total1.0272m 18s 40°18′S 164°00′E / 40.3°S 164.0°E / -40.3; 164.0700195000000000000095 km (59 mi)Total: Australia, New Zealand, south Pacific
Partial: southeast Asia, East Indies, Australia, New Zealand, south Pacific, Antarctica
[a][7]
June 21, 203917:12:54147Annular0.9454m 5s 78°54′N 102°06′W / 78.9°N 102.1°W / 78.9; -102.17002365000000000000365 km (227 mi)Annular: Alaska, north Canada, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Russia
Partial: North America, west Europe
[a][7]
December 15, 203916:23:46152Total1.0361m 51s 80°54′S 172°48′E / 80.9°S 172.8°E / -80.9; 172.87002380000000000000380 km (240 mi)Total: Antarctica
Partial: south South America
[a][7]
May 11, 204003:43:02119Partial0.531 62°48′S 174°24′E / 62.8°S 174.4°E / -62.8; 174.4Partial: Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica[a][7]
November 4, 204019:09:02124Partial0.807 62°12′N 53°24′W / 62.2°N 53.4°W / 62.2; -53.4Partial: North and Central America[a][7]
April 30, 204111:52:21129Total1.0191m 51s 9°36′S 12°12′E / 9.6°S 12.2°E / -9.6; 12.2700172000000000000072 km (45 mi)Total: Angola, Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia
Partial: Brazil, Africa, Mid East
[a][8]
October 25, 204101:36:22134Annular0.9476m 7s 9°54′N 162°54′E / 9.9°N 162.9°E / 9.9; 162.97002213000000000000213 km (132 mi)Annular: Mongolia, China, Korea, Japan, Pacific
Partial: east Asia, Pacific
[a][8]
April 20, 204202:17:30139Total1.0614m 51s 27°00′N 137°18′E / 27.0°N 137.3°E / 27.0; 137.37002210000000000000210 km (130 mi)Total: Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, north Pacific

Partial: east and southeast Asia, Australia, Pacific

[a][8]
October 14, 204202:00:42144Annular0.9307m 44s 23°42′S 137°48′E / 23.7°S 137.8°E / -23.7; 137.87002273000000000000273 km (170 mi)Annular: Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand

Partial: south-east Asia, East Indies, south Pacific, Antarctica

[a][8]
April 9, 204318:57:49149Total (non-central)1.010 61°18′N 152°00′E / 61.3°N 152.0°E / 61.3; 152.0Total: northeast Russia
Partial: north North America, northeast Asia
[a][8]
October 3, 204303:01:49154Annular (non-central)0.950 61°00′S 35°18′E / 61.0°S 35.3°E / -61.0; 35.3Annular: south Indian Ocean
Partial: Antarctica, southwest Australia, Indian Ocean
[a][8]
February 28, 204420:24:40121Annular0.9602m 27s 62°12′S 25°36′W / 62.2°S 25.6°W / -62.2; -25.6Annular: south Atlantic
Partial: Antarctica, South America
[a][8]
August 23, 204401:17:02126Total1.0362m 4s 64°18′N 120°24′W / 64.3°N 120.4°W / 64.3; -120.47002453000000000000453 km (281 mi)Total: Greenland, north Canada, Montana, North Dakota

Partial: north Asia, western North America, Greenland

[a][8]
February 16, 204523:56:07131Annular0.9287m 47s 28°18′S 166°12′W / 28.3°S 166.2°W / -28.3; -166.27002281000000000000281 km (175 mi)Annular: New Zealand, Pacific

Partial: Australia, Hawaii

[a][8]
August 12, 204517:42:39136Total1.0776m 6s 25°54′N 78°30′W / 25.9°N 78.5°W / 25.9; -78.57002256000000000000256 km (159 mi)Total: south United States, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Guyana, French Guyana, Suriname, Brazil

Partial: North, Central and South America, western Africa

[a][8]
February 5, 204623:06:26141Annular0.9239m 42s 4°48′N 171°24′W / 4.8°N 171.4°W / 4.8; -171.47002310000000000000310 km (190 mi)Annular: Papua New Guinea, Hawaii, California, Oregon, Idaho
Partial: Australia, western United States
[a][8]
August 2, 204610:21:13146Total1.0534m 51s 12°42′S 15°12′E / 12.7°S 15.2°E / -12.7; 15.27002206000000000000206 km (128 mi)Total: Brazil, Angola, east Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Swaziland, south Mozambique

Partial: Africa

[a][8]
January 26, 204701:33:18151Partial0.891 62°54′N 111°42′E / 62.9°N 111.7°E / 62.9; 111.7Partial: east Asia, Alaska[a][8]
June 23, 204710:52:31118Partial0.313 65°48′N 178°00′W / 65.8°N 178.0°W / 65.8; -178.0Partial: north Canada, Greenland, northeast Asia[a][8]
July 22, 204722:36:17156Partial0.361 63°24′S 160°12′E / 63.4°S 160.2°E / -63.4; 160.2Partial: southeast Australia, New Zealand[a][8]
December 16, 204723:50:12123Partial0.882 66°24′S 6°36′W / 66.4°S 6.6°W / -66.4; -6.6Partial: Antarctica, south Chile, south Argentina[a][8]
June 11, 204812:58:53128Annular0.9444m 58s 63°42′N 11°30′W / 63.7°N 11.5°W / 63.7; -11.57002272000000000000272 km (169 mi)Annular: midwest United States, Quebec, Ontario, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Russia, Afghanistan

Partial: North America, Caribbean, north Africa, Europe, west Asia

[a][8]
December 5, 204815:35:27133Total1.0443m 28s 46°06′S 56°24′W / 46.1°S 56.4°W / -46.1; -56.47002160000000000000160 km (99 mi)Total: Chile, Argentina, Namibia, Botswana

Partial: south South America, southwest Africa

[a][8]
May 31, 204913:59:59138Annular0.9634m 45s 15°18′N 29°54′W / 15.3°N 29.9°W / 15.3; -29.97002134000000000000134 km (83 mi)Annular: Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Nigeria

Partial: southeast United States, Central America, South America, Africa, south Europe

[a][8]
November 25, 204905:33:48143Hybrid1.0060m 38s 3°48′S 95°12′E / 3.8°S 95.2°E / -3.8; 95.2700121000000000000021 km (13 mi)Hybrid: Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Malaysia, Indonesia

Partial: east Africa, south Asia, East Indies, Australia

[a][8]
May 20, 205020:42:50148Hybrid1.0040m 21s 40°06′S 123°42′W / 40.1°S 123.7°W / -40.1; -123.7700127000000000000027 km (17 mi)Hybrid: south Pacific

Partial: New Zealand, southwest South America

[a][8]
November 14, 205013:30:53153Partial0.887 69°30′N 1°00′E / 69.5°N 1.0°E / 69.5; 1.0Partial: northeast United States, east Canada, north Africa, Europe[a][8]
April 11, 205102:10:39120Partial0.985 71°36′N 32°12′E / 71.6°N 32.2°E / 71.6; 32.2Partial: Asia, Alaska, Canada, Greenland[a][9]
October 4, 205121:02:14125Partial0.602 72°00′S 117°42′E / 72.0°S 117.7°E / -72.0; 117.7Partial: Antarctica, Australia, New Zealand[a][9]
March 30, 205218:31:53130Total1.0474m 8s 22°24′N 102°30′W / 22.4°N 102.5°W / 22.4; -102.57002164000000000000164 km (102 mi)Total: central Pacific, Mexico, United States, central Atlantic

Partial: Central and North America, north South America

[a][9]
September 22, 205223:39:10135Annular0.9732m 51s 25°42′S 175°00′E / 25.7°S 175.0°E / -25.7; 175.07002106000000000000106 km (66 mi)Annular: Australia, south Pacific

Partial: New Zealand, Antarctica, West Indies

[a][9]
March 20, 205307:08:19140Annular0.9920m 50s 23°00′S 83°00′E / 23.0°S 83.0°E / -23.0; 83.0700131000000000000031 km (19 mi)Annular: central Indian Ocean, Indonesia

Partial: Africa, Indies, Australia, Antarctica

[a][9]
September 12, 205309:34:09145Total1.0333m 4s 21°30′N 41°42′E / 21.5°N 41.7°E / 21.5; 41.77002116000000000000116 km (72 mi)Total: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia

Partial: Greenland, Africa, Europe, Asia

[a][9]
March 9, 205412:33:40150Partial0.668 72°00′S 97°54′E / 72.0°S 97.9°E / -72.0; 97.9Partial: Antarctica, South Africa, Madagascar, Chile[a][9]
August 3, 205418:04:02117Partial0.066 69°48′S 121°18′W / 69.8°S 121.3°W / -69.8; -121.3Partial: Antarctica[a][9]
September 2, 205401:09:34155Partial0.979 71°42′N 82°18′W / 71.7°N 82.3°W / 71.7; -82.3Partial: Asia, United States, Canada, Greenland[a][9]
January 27, 205517:54:05122Partial0.693 69°30′N 112°12′W / 69.5°N 112.2°W / 69.5; -112.2Partial: Canada, United States, Mexico, Cuba[a][9]
July 24, 205509:57:50127Total1.0363m 17s 33°18′S 25°48′E / 33.3°S 25.8°E / -33.3; 25.87002202000000000000202 km (126 mi)Total: South Africa

Partial: Africa, Antarctica

[a][9]
January 16, 205622:16:45132Annular0.9762m 52s 3°54′N 153°30′W / 3.9°N 153.5°W / 3.9; -153.5700195000000000000095 km (59 mi)Annular: central Pacific, Mexico

Partial: New Zealand, western North America

[a][9]
July 12, 205620:21:59137Annular0.9881m 26s 19°24′N 123°42′W / 19.4°N 123.7°W / 19.4; -123.7700143000000000000043 km (27 mi)Annular: central Pacific, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil

Partial: south North America, Central America, north South America

[a][9]
January 5, 205709:47:52142Total1.0292m 29s 39°12′S 35°12′E / 39.2°S 35.2°E / -39.2; 35.27002102000000000000102 km (63 mi)Total: southern Atlantic, southern Indian Ocean

Partial: Africa, Antarctica, Australia

[a][9]
July 1, 205723:40:15147Annular0.9464m 23s 71°30′N 176°12′W / 71.5°N 176.2°W / 71.5; -176.27002298000000000000298 km (185 mi)Annular: China, Mongolia, Russia, Canada, United States

Partial: Asia, North America

[a][9]
December 26, 205701:14:35152Total1.0351m 50s 84°54′S 21°48′E / 84.9°S 21.8°E / -84.9; 21.87002355000000000000355 km (221 mi)Total: Antarctica
Partial: Australia
[a][9]
May 22, 205810:39:25119Partial0.414 63°30′S 61°06′E / 63.5°S 61.1°E / -63.5; 61.1Partial: South Africa, Madagascar[a][9]
June 21, 205800:19:35157Partial0.126 65°54′N 9°54′E / 65.9°N 9.9°E / 65.9; 9.9Partial: Russia, Greenland, Norway, Sweden, Finland[a][9]
November 16, 205803:23:07124Partial0.764 62°54′N 174°12′E / 62.9°N 174.2°E / 62.9; 174.2Partial: Russia, China, Mongolia, Japan[a][9]
May 11, 205919:22:16129Total1.0242m 23s 10°42′S 100°24′W / 10.7°S 100.4°W / -10.7; -100.4700195000000000000095 km (59 mi)Total: central Pacific, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil

Partial: North, Central and South America

[a][9]
November 5, 205909:18:15134Annular0.9427m 0s 8°42′N 47°06′E / 8.7°N 47.1°E / 8.7; 47.17002238000000000000238 km (148 mi)Annular: France, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Indonesia

Partial: Africa, Europe, Asia

[a][9]
April 30, 206010:10:00139Total1.0665m 15s 28°00′N 20°54′E / 28.0°N 20.9°E / 28.0; 20.97002222000000000000222 km (138 mi)Total: Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Niger, Chad, Libya, Egypt, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Russia

Partial: Africa, Asia

[a][9]
October 24, 206009:24:10144Annular0.9288m 6s 25°48′S 28°06′E / 25.8°S 28.1°E / -25.8; 28.17002281000000000000281 km (175 mi)Annular: Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Angola, Namibia, Botswana, South Africa

Partial: Africa, Antarctica, South America

[a][9]
April 20, 206102:56:49149Total1.0482m 37s 64°30′N 59°12′E / 64.5°N 59.2°E / 64.5; 59.27002559000000000000559 km (347 mi)Total: Kazakhstan, Russia

Partial: Asia, Middle East, North America

[a][10]
October 13, 206110:32:10154Annular0.9473m 41s 62°06′S 54°24′W / 62.1°S 54.4°W / -62.1; -54.47002743000000000000743 km (462 mi)Annular: Antarctica, Argentina, Chile
Partial: South America
[a][10]
March 11, 206204:26:16121Partial0.933 61°00′S 147°06′W / 61.0°S 147.1°W / -61.0; -147.1Partial: Antarctica, Australia, New Zealand[a][10]
September 3, 206208:54:27126Partial0.975 61°18′N 150°18′E / 61.3°N 150.3°E / 61.3; 150.3Partial: Greenland, Europe, Asia[a][10]
February 28, 206307:43:30131Annular0.9297m 41s 25°12′S 77°42′E / 25.2°S 77.7°E / -25.2; 77.77002280000000000000280 km (170 mi)Annular: Indian Ocean, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mindanao, Philippines

Partial: Africa, Indies, southeast Asia, the rest of Philippines, Antarctica, Australia

[a][10]
August 24, 206301:22:11136Total1.0755m 49s 25°36′N 168°24′E / 25.6°N 168.4°E / 25.6; 168.47002252000000000000252 km (157 mi)Total: China, Mongolia, Japan, central Pacific

Partial: Asia, central Pacific

[a][10]
February 17, 206407:00:23141Annular0.9268m 56s 7°00′N 69°42′E / 7.0°N 69.7°E / 7.0; 69.77002295000000000000295 km (183 mi)Annular: Zaire, Zambia, Tanzania, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China
Partial: Africa, Asia
[a][10]
August 12, 206417:46:06146Total1.0494m 28s 10°54′S 96°00′W / 10.9°S 96.0°W / -10.9; -96.07002184000000000000184 km (114 mi)Total: Central Pacific, Chile, Argentina

Partial: Americas, Antarctica

[a][10]
February 5, 206509:52:26151Partial0.912 62°12′N 21°54′W / 62.2°N 21.9°W / 62.2; -21.9Partial: North America, Europe, West Asia[a][10]
July 3, 206517:33:52118Partial0.164 64°48′N 71°54′E / 64.8°N 71.9°E / 64.8; 71.9Partial: northern Europe, Russia[a][10]
August 2, 206505:34:17156Partial0.490 62°42′S 46°30′E / 62.7°S 46.5°E / -62.7; 46.5Partial: Antarctica, South Africa, Madagascar[a][10]
December 27, 206508:39:56123Partial0.877 65°24′S 149°12′W / 65.4°S 149.2°W / -65.4; -149.2Partial: Chile, Argentina, Antarctica, Australia[a][10]
June 22, 206619:25:48128Annular0.9434m 40s 70°06′N 96°24′W / 70.1°N 96.4°W / 70.1; -96.47002309000000000000309 km (192 mi)Annular: Russia, Alaska, Canada
Partial: North America, northern Europe, north Asia
[a][10]
December 17, 206600:23:40133Total1.0423m 14s 47°24′S 175°48′E / 47.4°S 175.8°E / -47.4; 175.87002152000000000000152 km (94 mi)Total: Australia, New Zealand, south Pacific
Partial: Australia, Antarctica, New Zealand
[a][10]
June 11, 206720:42:26138Annular0.9674m 5s 21°00′N 130°12′W / 21.0°N 130.2°W / 21.0; -130.27002119000000000000119 km (74 mi)Annular: central Pacific, Ecuador, Peru
Partial: Americas
[a][10]
December 6, 206714:03:43143Hybrid1.0010m 8s 6°00′S 32°24′W / 6.0°S 32.4°W / -6.0; -32.470004000000000000004 km (2.5 mi)Hybrid: Honduras, Nicaragua, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Brazil, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Sudan

Partial: Americas, Africa, south Europe

[a][10]
May 31, 206803:56:39148Total1.0111m 6s 31°00′S 123°12′E / 31.0°S 123.2°E / -31.0; 123.2700163000000000000063 km (39 mi)Total: Australia, New Zealand
Partial: Indies, Australia, Antarctica
[a][10]
November 24, 206821:32:30153Partial0.911 68°30′N 131°06′W / 68.5°N 131.1°W / 68.5; -131.1Partial: North America, Russia[a][10]
April 21, 206910:11:09120Partial0.899 71°00′N 101°18′W / 71.0°N 101.3°W / 71.0; -101.3Partial: Europe, Asia, north Africa, North America[a][10]
May 20, 206917:53:18158Partial0.088 68°48′S 69°54′W / 68.8°S 69.9°W / -68.8; -69.9Partial: South America, Antarctica[a][10]
October 15, 206904:19:56125Partial0.530 71°36′S 5°30′W / 71.6°S 5.5°W / -71.6; -5.5Partial: Antarctica[a][10]
April 11, 207002:36:09130Total1.0474m 4s 29°06′N 135°06′E / 29.1°N 135.1°E / 29.1; 135.17002168000000000000168 km (104 mi)Total: Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Philippines
Partial: Asia, Indies, Alaska, Canada
[a][10]
October 4, 207007:08:57135Annular0.9732m 44s 32°48′S 60°24′E / 32.8°S 60.4°E / -32.8; 60.47002110000000000000110 km (68 mi)Annular: Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Madagascar

Partial: Africa, Antarctica, Australia

[a][10]
March 31, 207115:01:06140Annular0.9920m 52s 16°42′S 37°00′W / 16.7°S 37.0°W / -16.7; -37.0700131000000000000031 km (19 mi)Annular: Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil, Republic of the Congo, Zaire

Partial: South America, Africa, Antarctica

[a][11]
September 23, 207117:20:28145Total1.0333m 11s 14°12′N 76°42′W / 14.2°N 76.7°W / 14.2; -76.77002116000000000000116 km (72 mi)Total: Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Brazil

Partial: Americas, Africa

[a][11]
March 19, 207220:10:31150Partial0.720 72°12′S 30°24′W / 72.2°S 30.4°W / -72.2; -30.4Partial: Antarctica, South America[a][11]
September 12, 207208:59:20155Total1.0563m 13s 69°48′N 102°00′E / 69.8°N 102.0°E / 69.8; 102.07002732000000000000732 km (455 mi)Total: Russia
Partial: Greenland, Europe, Asia
[a][11]
February 7, 207301:55:59122Partial0.677 70°30′N 114°54′E / 70.5°N 114.9°E / 70.5; 114.9Partial: Asia, Alaska[a][11]
August 3, 207317:15:23127Total1.0292m 29s 43°12′S 89°24′W / 43.2°S 89.4°W / -43.2; -89.47002206000000000000206 km (128 mi)Total: Chile, Argentina
Partial: South America, Antarctica
[a][11]
January 27, 207406:44:15132Annular0.9802m 21s 6°36′N 78°48′E / 6.6°N 78.8°E / 6.6; 78.8700179000000000000079 km (49 mi)Annular: Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, China, Japan
Partial: Africa, Asia, Indies
[a][11]
July 24, 207403:10:32137Annular0.9841m 57s 12°48′N 133°42′E / 12.8°N 133.7°E / 12.8; 133.7700158000000000000058 km (36 mi)Annular: Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines
Partial: Asia, Indies, Australia, New Zealand
[a][11]
January 16, 207518:36:04142Total1.0312m 42s 37°12′S 94°06′W / 37.2°S 94.1°W / -37.2; -94.17002110000000000000110 km (68 mi)Total: Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil
Partial: New Zealand, South America, Antarctica
[a][11]
July 13, 207506:05:44147Annular0.9474m 45s 63°06′N 95°12′E / 63.1°N 95.2°E / 63.1; 95.27002262000000000000262 km (163 mi)Annular: south Europe, Russia
Partial: Europe, Asia, Africa, north North America
[a][11]
January 6, 207610:07:27152Total1.0341m 49s 87°12′S 173°42′W / 87.2°S 173.7°W / -87.2; -173.77002340000000000000340 km (210 mi)Total: Antarctica
Partial: Australia, South America
[a][11]
June 1, 207617:31:22119Partial0.290 64°24′S 51°12′W / 64.4°S 51.2°W / -64.4; -51.2Partial: South America, Antarctica[a][11]
July 1, 207606:50:43157Partial0.275 67°00′N 98°06′W / 67.0°N 98.1°W / 67.0; -98.1Partial: Russia, North America[a][11]
November 26, 207611:43:01124Partial0.731 63°42′N 40°06′E / 63.7°N 40.1°E / 63.7; 40.1Partial: Africa, Europe, west Asia[a][11]
May 22, 207702:46:05129Total1.0292m 54s 13°06′S 148°18′E / 13.1°S 148.3°E / -13.1; 148.37002119000000000000119 km (74 mi)Total: Australia
Partial: Indies, Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica
[a][11]
November 15, 207717:07:56134Annular0.9377m 54s 7°48′N 70°48′W / 7.8°N 70.8°W / 7.8; -70.87002262000000000000262 km (163 mi)Annular: United States, Caribbean, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana

Partial: Americas

[a][11]
May 11, 207817:56:55139Total1.0705m 40s 28°06′N 93°42′W / 28.1°N 93.7°W / 28.1; -93.77002232000000000000232 km (144 mi)Total: Mexico, United States
Partial: Americas
[a][11]
November 4, 207816:55:44144Annular0.9268m 29s 27°48′S 83°18′W / 27.8°S 83.3°W / -27.8; -83.37002287000000000000287 km (178 mi)Annular: Chile, Argentina
Partial: Americas, Antarctica
[a][11]
May 1, 207910:50:13149Total1.0512m 55s 66°12′N 46°18′W / 66.2°N 46.3°W / 66.2; -46.37002406000000000000406 km (252 mi)Total: United States, Canada, Greenland
Partial: west Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia
[a][11]
October 24, 207918:11:21154Annular0.9483m 39s 63°24′S 160°36′W / 63.4°S 160.6°W / -63.4; -160.67002495000000000000495 km (308 mi)Annular: Antarctica, New Zealand
Partial: South America
[a][11]
March 21, 208012:20:15121Partial0.873 60°54′S 85°54′E / 60.9°S 85.9°E / -60.9; 85.9Partial: Antarctica, Africa[a][11]
September 13, 208016:38:09126Partial0.874 61°06′N 25°48′E / 61.1°N 25.8°E / 61.1; 25.8Partial: North America, Europe, Africa[a][11]
March 10, 208115:23:31131Annular0.9307m 36s 22°24′S 36°42′W / 22.4°S 36.7°W / -22.4; -36.77002277000000000000277 km (172 mi)Annular: Chile, Argentina, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Cameroon
Partial: South America, Africa, Antarctica
[a][12]
September 3, 208109:07:31136Total1.0725m 33s 24°36′N 53°36′E / 24.6°N 53.6°E / 24.6; 53.67002247000000000000247 km (153 mi)Total: Central Europe, Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Kuwait, Quatar, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman
Partial: Africa, Europe, Asia
[a][12]
February 27, 208214:47:00141Annular0.9308m 12s 9°24′N 47°06′W / 9.4°N 47.1°W / 9.4; -47.17002277000000000000277 km (172 mi)Annular: Peru, Brazil, Suriname, French Guiana, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Austria
Partial: Americas, Europe, Africa
[a][12]
August 24, 208201:16:21146Total1.0454m 1s 10°18′S 151°48′E / 10.3°S 151.8°E / -10.3; 151.87002163000000000000163 km (101 mi)Total: Indonesia, New Guinea, South Pacific
Partial: Indies, Australia, Antarctica, New Zealand
[a][12]
February 16, 208318:06:36151Partial0.943 61°36′N 154°06′W / 61.6°N 154.1°W / 61.6; -154.1Partial: Mexico, United States, Canada[a][12]
July 15, 208300:14:23118Partial0.017 64°00′N 37°42′W / 64.0°N 37.7°W / 64.0; -37.7Partial: Greenland[a][12]
August 13, 208312:34:41156Partial0.615 62°06′S 67°30′W / 62.1°S 67.5°W / -62.1; -67.5Partial: South America, Antarctica[a][12]
January 7, 208417:30:23123Partial0.872 64°24′S 68°30′E / 64.4°S 68.5°E / -64.4; 68.5Partial: Antarctica, South America[a][12]
July 3, 208401:50:26128Annular0.9424m 25s 75°00′N 169°06′W / 75.0°N 169.1°W / 75.0; -169.17002377000000000000377 km (234 mi)Annular: Russia, United States, Canada
Partial: northern Europe, Asia, North America
[a][12]
December 27, 208409:13:48133Total1.0403m 4s 47°18′S 47°42′E / 47.3°S 47.7°E / -47.3; 47.77002146000000000000146 km (91 mi)Total: South Atlantic, Indian Ocean
Partial: Africa, Antarctica, Australia
[a][12]
June 22, 208503:21:16138Annular0.9703m 29s 26°12′N 131°18′E / 26.2°N 131.3°E / 26.2; 131.37002106000000000000106 km (66 mi)Annular: India, Myanmar, China, central Pacific
Partial: Asia, Indies, Australia
[a][12]
December 16, 208522:37:48143Annular0.9970m 19s 7°18′S 160°48′W / 7.3°S 160.8°W / -7.3; -160.8700110000000000000010 km (6.2 mi)Annular: central Pacific
Partial: Australia, North America
[a][12]
June 11, 208611:07:14148Total1.0171m 48s 23°12′S 12°30′E / 23.2°S 12.5°E / -23.2; 12.5700186000000000000086 km (53 mi)Total: Namibia, Botswana, South Africa
Partial: South America, Africa
[a][12]
December 6, 208605:38:55153Partial0.927 67°24′N 96°12′E / 67.4°N 96.2°E / 67.4; 96.2Partial: Asia[a][12]
May 2, 208718:04:42120Partial0.801 70°18′N 127°36′E / 70.3°N 127.6°E / 70.3; 127.6Partial: north Europe, north Asia, North America[a][12]
June 1, 208701:27:14158Partial0.215 67°48′S 165°24′E / 67.8°S 165.4°E / -67.8; 165.4Partial: New Zealand[a][12]
October 26, 208711:46:57125Partial0.470 71°00′S 130°30′W / 71.0°S 130.5°W / -71.0; -130.5Partial: South America, Antarctica[a][12]
April 21, 208810:31:49130Total1.0473m 58s 36°00′N 15°06′E / 36.0°N 15.1°E / 36.0; 15.17002173000000000000173 km (107 mi)Total: Mauritania, western Sahara, Mali, Algeria, Tunisia, Greece, Turkey, Russia, Kazakhstan, China
Partial: North America, Africa, Europe, Asia
[a][12]
October 14, 208814:48:05135Annular0.9732m 38s 39°42′S 56°00′W / 39.7°S 56.0°W / -39.7; -56.07002115000000000000115 km (71 mi)Annular: Chile, Argentina
Partial: South America, Antarctica, Africa
[a][12]
April 10, 208922:44:42140Annular0.9920m 53s 10°12′S 154°48′W / 10.2°S 154.8°W / -10.2; -154.8700130000000000000030 km (19 mi)Annular: Australia, central Pacific
Partial: Antarctica, North America
[a][12]
October 4, 208901:15:23145Total1.0333m 14s 7°24′N 162°48′E / 7.4°N 162.8°E / 7.4; 162.87002115000000000000115 km (71 mi)Total: China, Central Pacific
Partial: Asia, Indies, Australia
[a][12]
March 31, 209003:38:08150Partial0.784 72°06′S 156°18′W / 72.1°S 156.3°W / -72.1; -156.3Partial: Antarctica, Australia, New Zealand[a][12]
September 23, 209016:56:36155Total1.0563m 36s 60°42′N 40°30′W / 60.7°N 40.5°W / 60.7; -40.57002463000000000000463 km (288 mi)Total: Canada, Greenland, United Kingdom, France
Partial: North America, Europe, Africa, north Asia
[a][12]
February 18, 209109:54:40122Partial0.656 71°12′N 17°48′W / 71.2°N 17.8°W / 71.2; -17.8Partal: North Africa, Europe, Asia[a][13]
August 15, 209100:34:43127Total1.0221m 38s 55°36′S 150°30′E / 55.6°S 150.5°E / -55.6; 150.57002236000000000000236 km (147 mi)Total: southern Antarctic Ocean, near Antarctica

Partial: Australia, Antarctica, New Zealand

[a][13]
February 7, 209215:10:20132Annular0.9841m 48s 9°54′N 48°42′W / 9.9°N 48.7°W / 9.9; -48.7700162000000000000062 km (39 mi)Annular: Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Morocco, Algeria
Partial: Americas, Europe, Africa
[a][13]
August 3, 209209:59:33137Annular0.9792m 31s 5°36′N 30°18′E / 5.6°N 30.3°E / 5.6; 30.3700175000000000000075 km (47 mi)Annular: Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Central African Republic, Sudan, Kenya, Somalia
Partial: Africa
[a][13]
January 27, 209303:22:16142Total1.0342m 58s 34°06′S 136°24′E / 34.1°S 136.4°E / -34.1; 136.47002119000000000000119 km (74 mi)Total: Australia
Partial: Indies, Australia, Antarctica, New Zealand
[a][13]
July 23, 209312:32:04147Annular0.9465m 11s 54°36′N 1°18′E / 54.6°N 1.3°E / 54.6; 1.37002241000000000000241 km (150 mi)Annular: United States, Canada, Central Europe, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan

Partial: Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia

[a][13]
January 16, 209418:59:03152Total1.0341m 51s 84°48′S 10°36′W / 84.8°S 10.6°W / -84.8; -10.67002329000000000000329 km (204 mi)Total: Antarctica
Partial: South America, Antarctica, New Zealand
[a][13]
June 13, 209400:22:11119Partial0.162 65°18′S 163°36′W / 65.3°S 163.6°W / -65.3; -163.6Partial: southern Antarctic Ocean, near Antarctica[a][13]
July 12, 209413:24:35157Partial0.422 68°00′N 152°48′E / 68.0°N 152.8°E / 68.0; 152.8Partial: North America, Asia[a][13]
December 7, 209420:05:56124Partial0.705 64°42′N 95°00′W / 64.7°N 95.0°W / 64.7; -95.0Partial: North America[a][13]
June 2, 209510:07:40129Total1.0333m 18s 16°42′S 37°12′E / 16.7°S 37.2°E / -16.7; 37.27002145000000000000145 km (90 mi)Total: Namibia, South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Mozambique, Madagascar

Partial: Africa

[a][13]
November 27, 209501:02:57134Annular0.9338m 47s 7°12′N 169°48′E / 7.2°N 169.8°E / 7.2; 169.87002285000000000000285 km (177 mi)Annular: China, Korea, Japan, central Pacific

Partial: Asia, Indies, Australia

[a][13]
May 22, 209601:37:14139Total1.0746m 7s 27°18′N 153°24′E / 27.3°N 153.4°E / 27.3; 153.47002241000000000000241 km (150 mi)Total: Indonesia, Central Pacific, Philippines
Partial: Asia, Indies, Australia, North America
[a][13]
November 15, 209600:36:15144Annular0.9248m 53s 29°42′S 163°18′E / 29.7°S 163.3°E / -29.7; 163.37002294000000000000294 km (183 mi)Annular: Malaysia, Indonesia, New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand
Partial: Indies, Antarctica
[a][13]
May 11, 209718:34:31149Total1.0543m 10s 67°24′N 149°30′W / 67.4°N 149.5°W / 67.4; -149.57002339000000000000339 km (211 mi)Total: Alaska, Russia
Partial: Asia, North America, northern Europe
[a][13]
November 4, 209702:01:25154Annular0.9493m 36s 65°48′S 86°48′E / 65.8°S 86.8°E / -65.8; 86.87002411000000000000411 km (255 mi)Annular: Antarctica
Partial: Australia
[a][13]
April 1, 209820:02:31121Partial0.798 61°00′S 38°06′W / 61.0°S 38.1°W / -61.0; -38.1Partial: Antarctica, South America[a][13]
September 25, 209800:31:16126Partial0.787 61°06′N 101°00′W / 61.1°N 101.0°W / 61.1; -101.0Partial: Asia, North America[a][13]
October 24, 209810:36:11164Partial0.006 61°48′S 95°30′W / 61.8°S 95.5°W / -61.8; -95.5Partial: southern Antarctic Ocean, near Antarctica[a][13]
March 21, 209922:54:32131Annular0.9327m 32s 20°00′S 149°00′W / 20.0°S 149.0°W / -20.0; -149.07002275000000000000275 km (171 mi)Annular: central Pacific
Partial: Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica, North America
[a][13]
September 14, 209916:57:53136Total1.0685m 18s 23°24′N 62°48′W / 23.4°N 62.8°W / 23.4; -62.87002241000000000000241 km (150 mi)Total: Canada, United States, central Atlantic

Partial: Americas, Africa

[a][13]
March 10, 210022:28:11141Annular0.9347m 29s 12°00′N 162°24′W / 12.0°N 162.4°W / 12.0; -162.47002257000000000000257 km (160 mi)Annular: central Pacific, Hawaii, Northwestern United States
Partial: Australia, North America
[a][13]
September 4, 210008:49:20146Total1.0403m 32s 10°30′S 39°00′E / 10.5°S 39.0°E / -10.5; 39.07002142000000000000142 km (88 mi)Total: central Africa, Madagascar
Partial: Africa, Antarctica
[a][13]

Longest central eclipses

Total solar eclipse

The longest total solar eclipse in the 21st century took place on July 22, 2009 with a maximum duration of 6 minutes and 39 seconds. The longest possible duration of a total solar eclipse is 7 minutes and 32 seconds.[14]

DateSarosGammaMagnitudeMax duration
16.7.2186139−0,2401,0817m29s
5.7.2168139−0,1661,0817m26s
27.6.36381−0,1901,0807m24s
8.7.38181−0,2611,0797m22s
27.7.2204139−0,3131,0797m22s
9.6.1062112−0,4791,0787m20s
20.6.1080112−0,4051,0787m18s
16.6.34581−0,1161,0817m17s
3.6.69987−0,4291,0797m17s
13.6.71787−0,5041,0787m15s
1.6.13278−0,1931,0787m14s
25.6.2150139−0,0911,0807m14s
12.6.15078−0,1191,0797m13s
29.5.1044112−0,5531,0787m12s
25.6.2522145−0,4991,0777m12s
19.7.39981−0,3291,0767m11s
3.7.2885170−0,3911,0787m11s
23.5.68187−0,3541,0807m10s
14.6.2504145−0,4281,0777m10s
23.6.2867170−0,4621,0777m10s
20.6.1955136−0,1531,0787m8s
22.5.11478−0,2681,0757m6s
8.8.2222139−0,3841,0777m6s
1.7.1098112−0,3321,0777m5s
5.7.2540145−0,5721,0767m4s
16.7.2903170−0,3181,0787m4s
8.6.1937136−0,2251,0757m4s
30.6.1973136−0,0791,0797m4s
23.6.16878−0,0441,0797m3s
6.6.32781−0,0411,0817m3s

Annular solar eclipse

The longest annular solar eclipse of the 21st century took place on January 15, 2010 with a duration of 11 minutes and 8 seconds. The possible maximum duration is 12 minutes and 29 seconds.[15]

DateSarosGammaMagnitudeDuration
7.12.15083+0,5630,91512m23s
25.11.13283+0,5690,91412m16s
17.12.16883+0,5580,91612m14s
14.12.1955141+0,4270,91812m9s
25.12.1628116+0,6270,91512m2s
24.12.1973141+0,4170,91712m2s
2.12.1937141+0,4390,91812m0s
15.12.1610116+0,6200,91511m56s
15.11.11483+0,5750,91511m53s
5.1.1647116+0,6340,91611m50s
28.12.18683+0,5500,91711m49s
29.12.1274110+0,1140,91811m44s
4.1.1992141+0,4090,91811m41s
18.12.1256110+0,1060,91711m39s
22.11.1919141+0,4550,92011m37s
9.1.1293110+0,1230,91911m36s
3.12.1592116+0,6100,91611m36s
14.12.1061107+0,1620,91911m29s
4.12.1043107+0,1690,92011m28s
16.1.1665116+0,6420,91711m24s
8.12.1238110+0,0990,91811m23s
4.11.9683+0,5840,91611m18s
26.12.1079107+0,1560,91911m18s
20.1.1311110+0,1370,92011m18s
23.11.1025107+0,1760,92111m14s
8.1.20583+0,5390,92011m9s
15.1.2010141+0,4000,91911m8s
13.11.1574116+0,5970,91711m3s
11.11.1901141+0,4760,92211m1s
26.11.1220110+0,0910,91910m57s

References

Lists of solar eclipses
Diagram of a solar eclipse (not to scale)
Geometry of a total solar eclipse
(not to scale)
Centuries

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Eclipses seen from
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See also List of lunar eclipses
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