Appendix I

Total and annular solar eclipses: 2001 to 2024

Below is a list of total and annular eclipses visible until the year 2024. Note: the duration listed is how long the Sun is eclipsed by the Moon at the given longitude and latitude of greatest eclipse.

2001 June 21: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 11° 15.8S; Long. 2°44.6E Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 4 minutes, 56 seconds Path of totality: South Atlantic to southern Africa

December 14: Annular solar eclipse Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 0° 37.3N; Long. 130° 41.4W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 3 minutes, 53 seconds Path of annularity: mid Pacific Ocean; Central America

2002 June 10: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 34° 32.7N; Long. 178° 36.7W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 22 seconds Path of annularity: central North Pacific Ocean

December 4: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 39° 28.2S; Long. 59° 33.6E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 2 minutes, 3 seconds

Path of totality: southern Africa; Indian Ocean; western Australia

2003 May 31: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 66° 49.4N; Long. 24° 0.2W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 3 minutes, 36 seconds Path of annularity: southern Greenland; Iceland

November 23: Total solar eclipse Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 72° 40.6S; Long. 88° 29.4E Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 1 minute, 57 seconds Path of totality: eastern Antarctica

2005 April 8: Annular/Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 10° 34.6S; Long. 118° 57.7W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 42 seconds

Path of annularity/totality: South Pacific Ocean; Panama; northern South America

October 3: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 12° 52.4N; Long. 28° 45.0E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 4 minutes, 31 seconds

Path of annularity: northwestern to eastern Africa; Indian Ocean

2006 March 29: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 23° 8.6N; Long. 16° 45.9E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 4 minutes, 6 seconds

Path of totality: South Atlantic Ocean; north-central Africa; eastern

Mediterranean; Turkey; southern Russia

September 22: Annular solar eclipse Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 20° 39.9S; Long. 9° 3.4W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 7 minutes, 9 seconds Path of annularity: southern Atlantic Ocean

2008 February 7: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 67° 34.6S; Long. 150° 27.0W

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 2 minutes, 11 seconds

Path of annularity: extreme southern Pacific Ocean; western Antarctica

August 1: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 65° 38.2N; Long. 72° 16.3E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 2 minutes, 27 seconds

Path of totality: northern Greenland; Arctic Ocean; northern Siberia

2009 January 26: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 34° 4.7S; Long. 70° 16.4E Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 7 minutes, 53 seconds Path of annularity: southern Indian Ocean; western Indonesia

July 22: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 24° 12.0N; Long. 144° 8.4E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 6 minutes, 39 seconds

Path of totality: eastern China;extreme southern Japan;northern

Micronesia; western North Pacific Ocean

2010 January 15: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 1° 37.3N; Long. 69° 20.2E Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 11 minutes, 8 seconds Path of annularity: eastern Africa; Indian Ocean; Thailand

July 11: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 19° 46.5S; Long. 121° 51.0W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 5 minutes, 20 seconds Path of totality: French Polynesia; South Pacific Ocean

2012 May 20: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 49° 4.6N; Long. 176° 19.1E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 5 minutes, 46 seconds

Path of annularity: East China Sea; southern Japan; south of Aleutian

Islands; northwest coast United States

November 13: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 39° 457.6S; Long. 161° 17.9W

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 4 minutes, 2 seconds

Path of totality: extreme northern Australia; northeast of New Zealand;

South Pacific Ocean

2013 May 10: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 2° 12.3N; Long. 175° 30.5E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 6 minutes, 3 seconds

Path of annularity: northern Australia; southern New Guinea; Solomon

Islands; southern North Pacific Ocean

November 3: Annular/Total eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 3° 29.4N; Long. 11° 39.6W

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 1 minute, 39 seconds

Path of annularity/totality: South Atlantic Ocean; southern central-

Africa

2015 March 20: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 64° 24.9N; Long. 6° 34.0W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 2 minutes, 46 seconds Path of totality: Norwegian Sea; Svalbard, Norway; Arctic Ocean

2016 March 9: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 10° 6.5N; Long. 148° 50.2E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 4 minutes, 9 seconds

Path of totality: eastern Indian Ocean; Indonesia; South Pacific Ocean

September 1: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 10° 41.4S; Long. 37° 48.1E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 3 minutes, 5 seconds

Path of annularity: southern Africa; Madagascar; western Indian Ocean

2017 February 26: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 34° 41.6S; Long. 31° 8.4W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 44 seconds

Path of annularity: southern Chile and Argentina; mid South Atlantic Ocean; Angola

August 21: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 36° 58.0N; Long. 87° 37.7W

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 2 minutes, 40 seconds

Path of totality: North Pacific Ocean; northwestern to southeastern

United States; Atlantic Ocean

2019 July 2: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 17° 23.5S; Long. 108° 57.0W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 4 minutes, 32 seconds Path of totality: southern South Pacific Ocean; Chile; Argentina

December 26: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 0° 59.7N; Long. 102° 18.4E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 3 minutes, 39 seconds

Path of annularity: mid Arabian Peninsula; southern India; Indonesia;

Micronesia

2020 June 21: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 30° 31.0N; Long. 79°43.2E Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 38 seconds

Path of annularity: Arabian Peninsula; northern India; Nepal; southern China

December 14: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 40° 21.1S; Long. 67° 54.4W

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 2 minutes, 9 seconds

Path of totality: South Pacific Ocean; Chile; Argentina; South Atlantic

Ocean

2021 June 10: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 80° 48.9N; Long. 66° 36.4W

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 3 minutes, 51 seconds

Path of annularity: Siberia; Arctic Ocean; extreme northern Canada;

Baffin Bay; western Greenland; Hudson Bay

December 4: Total solar eclipse Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 76° 45.8S; Long. 46° 17.6W Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 1 minute, 54 seconds Path of totality: Weddell Sea; West Antarctica

2023 April 20: Annular/Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 9° 36.0S; Long. 125° 50.5E

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 1 minute, 16 seconds

Path of annularity/totality: southern Indian Ocean; extreme west coast of Australia; Lesser Sunda Islands; western New Guinea; southern Micronesia; South Pacific Ocean

October 14: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 11° 21.2N; Long. 83° 2.8W

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 5 minutes, 17 seconds

Path of annularity: northwestern to south central United States,

Yucatan; Central America; northern South America

2024 April 8: Total solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 25° 16.9N; Long. 104° 5.1W

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 4 minutes, 28 seconds

Path of totality: South Pacific Ocean; southwestern Mexico, south central to northeastern United States; Newfoundland; North Atlantic

Ocean

October 2: Annular solar eclipse

Site of greatest eclipse: Lat. 21° 58.1S; Long. 114° 26.8W

Duration at site of greatest eclipse: 7 minutes, 25 seconds

Path of annularity: South Pacific Ocean; southern Chile and Argentina

For more detail on solar eclipse occurrences in the world, see Fifty Year Canon of Solar Eclipses, NASA Reference Publication 1178, by Dr. Fred Espenak.

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