When and where to expect the next total solar eclipse

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Monday’s total solar eclipse, one of the most highly anticipated events of 2024, has come and gone.
But the next total solar eclipse won’t occur until August 12, 2026, said Amir Caspi, a principal scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado.
Another total solar eclipse scientists are anticipating will cross over Egypt’s pyramids on August 2, 2027, with totality expected to last for more than six minutes, Caspi said.
The next total eclipse in the US The US won’t catch a glimpse of a total solar eclipse again until March 30, 2033, and even then the Russia-centric path includes only Alaska, with totality lasting 2 minutes and 37 seconds.
A partial solar eclipse will shine over most of the country during that celestial event.
Much has been said about the fact that a total solar eclipse won’t be visible again from the contiguous US until August 22, 2044, but totality will only occur over North Dakota and Montana.
The next total solar eclipse with a coast-to-coast path spanning the Lower 48 states will occur on August 12, 2045.
The path of totality will arc over California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida, with a partial eclipse visible across other states.

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The most awaited event of 2024—the total solar eclipse on Monday—has come and gone. In spite of cloudy conditions in certain places, skygazers enjoyed breathtaking views while millions of people were in the path of totality, when the moon completely obscures the sun’s face.

It will take some time to get another opportunity to see an eclipse in the same area if you were unable to see it for any reason. Plan ahead for the next eclipse; however, if the fervor surrounding this year’s was any guide, it’s never too early.

October 2 will see an annular solar eclipse over Chile and Argentina in South America. In an annular solar eclipse, the moon only partially blocks the sun’s light, producing a stunning “ring of fire” effect.

However, according to Amir Caspi, a principal scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado, the next total solar eclipse won’t happen until August 12, 2026. A partial eclipse will be visible in some regions of Europe, Africa, and North America, and it will prominently pass over Greenland, Iceland, Spain, Russia, and a tiny piece of Portugal.

August 2, 2027, is when scientists predict another total solar eclipse will pass over Egypt’s pyramids. The eclipse is expected to last longer than six minutes, according to Caspi.

the subsequent total eclipse in North America.

The next opportunity to see a total solar eclipse over the United States won’t come until March 30, 2033, and even then, only Alaska will be on the Russia-centric path, with totality lasting two minutes and 37 seconds. During that celestial event, a partial solar eclipse will be visible over most of the nation.

A lot of talk has surrounded the fact that the contiguous US won’t see a total solar eclipse again until August 22, 2044, and that totality will only happen over North Dakota and Montana.

August 12, 2045, is when the next total solar eclipse that crosses the Lower 48 states coast to coast will take place. A partial eclipse will be visible in other states. The path of totality will arc over California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.

After Monday’s celestial event, if you still can’t get over your eclipse fever, it might be worthwhile to see another one.

Eclipses worldwide.

Here are a few more upcoming total solar eclipses that should motivate travelers:.

Australia and New Zealand on July 22, 2028.

Namibia, Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, Australia, November 25, 2030.

March 20, 2034: Nigeria, Egypt, Sudan, Cameroon, Chad, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, China.

North and South Korea, Japan, China, September 2, 2035.

Australia and New Zealand on July 13, 2037.

December 26, 2038: New Zealand and Australia.

Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, and Somalia on April 30, 2041.

The Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei on April 20, 2042.

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