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Fred Espenak

Total solar eclipse of April 8, 2024. Experience it here!

The April 8, 2024, total solar eclipse crossed Mexico, the U.S. and Canada! Relive it by watching a replay of EarthSky's livestream here.

Some will see a partial lunar eclipse tonight

A shallow partial lunar eclipse takes place on October 28, 2023, visible in Europe, Africa, most of Asia and western Australia. Jupiter is the bright object nearby. Maps and details here.

A deep penumbral lunar eclipse overnight tonight

A penumbral lunar eclipse happens tonight, May 5-6, 2023. It's visible from eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and Indonesia.

Hybrid solar eclipse: An annular-total on April 19-20

A hybrid solar eclipse will cross Australia, Timor-Leste and Indonesia on April 20, 2023. Surrounding areas will see a partial eclipse. Find maps and more here.

Total lunar eclipse on November 8, 2022

It'll be early morning in North America for the November 8, 2022, total lunar eclipse. It's visible across Asia, Australia, the Americas and the Pacific.

Partial solar eclipse October 25, 2022: Watch online

A partial solar eclipse on October 25, 2022, will sweep across Europe, western Asia, northeastern Africa, and the Middle East. Watch online here.

Total lunar eclipse – a supermoon eclipse – on May 15-16, 2022

A 90-minute total lunar eclipse on Sunday, May 15-16, 2022. It's seen across much of Earth, best from the Americas and western Africa.

Partial solar eclipse of April 30, 2022

A partial solar eclipse occurs April 30, 2022. The moon's penumbral shadow will sweep across the southeast Pacific and southern South America.

Total solar eclipse of December 4, 2021

A total solar eclipse occurs December 4, 2021. The total phase sweeps over Antarctica, while the partial phase reaches southernmost points of three continents.

Deep partial lunar eclipse November 18-19: Great for North America

A partial lunar eclipse occurs on November 19, 2021. It will reach the Americas, North Europe, eastern Asia, Australia, and the Pacific.