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Solar Eclipses 2017

List of Solar Eclipses in 2017


Here we will list all solar eclipses of 2017. We will also explain what kind they are, what date and time you will see them, and where in the world the solar eclipses of 2017 will be visible. The solar eclipses of 2017 are listed below in chronological order. However, note that some dates may be listed twice. That is because there may be different solar eclipses on the same day in different parts of the world. Also, remember that you should never look directly at the sun, even during a solar eclipse.



February 26, 2017 - Annular Solar Eclipse
Annular Solar Eclipse means that the moon will be right in front of the sun. However, the moon will be so far away from Earth that it cannot cover the entire sun. Therefore, you will see an orange circle around the moon during the annular solar eclipse. The Sunday, February 26, 2017 annular solar eclipse can be seen in southern Chile and Argentina, Angola, and southwestern Katanga. The annular solar eclipse should be visible around 2:54 PM Universal Time. Below is an image of what we think an annular solar eclipse looks like:








February 26, 2017 - Partial Solar Eclipse
Partial Solar Eclipse means that the moon partially blocks the sun. When some parts of the world are lucky enough to see an annular or total eclipse, other parts may see only a partial eclipse. The partial solar eclipse of Sunday, February 26, 2017 can be seen in Southern and Western Africa, Southern South America, and Antarctica. The partial solar eclipse should be visible around 2:54 PM Universal Time. Below is an image of what we think a partial solar eclipse looks like:




August 21, 2017 - Total Solar Eclipse
Total Solar Eclipse means that the moon completely hides the sun and may make an otherwise sunny day very dark. The total solar eclipse of Monday, August 21, 2017 can be seen in Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Northeastern Kansas, Missouri, southern Illinois, southwestern Indiana, Western Kentucky, Tennessee, Southwestern North Carolina, Northeastern Georgia, and South Carolina. The total solar eclipse should be visible around 6:26 PM Universal Time. Below is an image of what we think a total solar eclipse looks like:








August 21, 2017 - Partial Solar Eclipse
Partial Solar Eclipse means that the moon partially blocks the sun. When some parts of the world are lucky enough to see an annular or total eclipse, other parts may see only a partial eclipse. The partial solar eclipse of Monday, August 21, 2017 can be seen in North America, Hawaii, Greenland, Iceland, British Isles, Portugal, Central America, Caribbean, northern South America, and Chukchi Peninsula. The partial solar eclipse should be visible around 6:26 PM Universal Time. Below is an image of what we think a partial solar eclipse looks like:




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