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†††††† DATE†††††††††††† †† TYPE†††††† COVERAGE*DURATION†††† ECLIPSE AREA

 

 

Solar Eclipses 2003 - 10

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Notes

 

*†† Coverage indicates the proportion of the sunís disk that is covered by the moon at the time of greatest eclipse. For a total eclipse this figure must be greater than 1.

**†† The total eclipse of Apr 8 2005 occurs first as an annular eclipse

before totality, which occurs in the South Pacific. At no time does totality occur over a continental land surface.

Durations shown above for totality is for the maximum point.

2003May 31

Annular

0.938

3 min 37 sec

Iceland, Greenland

2003Nov 23

Total

1.038

1 min 57 sec

Antarctica

2004Apr 19

Partial

0.736

 

South Africa, South Atlantic

2004Oct 14

Partial

0.927

 

Alaska, Japan, North Pacific

2005Apr 8

Total **

1.007

0 min 42 sec

South Pacific**

2005Oct 3

Annular

0.958

4 min 32 sec

Spain, Libya, Sudan, Kenya

2006Mar 29

Total

1.052

4 min 7 sec

W Egypt, Libya, E Med, Turkey

2006Sep 22

Annular

0.935

7 min 9 sec

Suriname, South Atlantic

2007Mar 19

Partial

0.874

 

Asia, Alaska

2007Sep 11

Partial

0.749

 

South America, Antarctica

2008†† Feb 7

Annular

0.965

2 min 12 sec

Antarctica

2008Aug 1

Total

1.039

2 min 27 sec

Canada, Greenland, Mongolia, N China

2009Jan 26

Annular

0.928

7 min 54 sec

Philippines, Sumatra,Borneo

2009Jul 22

Total

1.08

6 min 39 sec

India, Nepal, China, Japan Is

2010Jan 15

Annular

0.919

11 min 8 sec

India, China

2010Jul 11

Total

1.058

5 min 20 sec

Easter Is, Chile, Argentina