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Flag for U.S.A. October 23, 2014 — Partial Solar Eclipse — Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, U.S.A.

Max view in Myrtle Beach
Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 6:29 PM

Global Type: Partial Solar Eclipse


Myrtle Beach: Partial Solar Eclipse


Began: Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 6:04 PM

Maximum: Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 6:29 PM

Ended: Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 7:45 PM


Duration: 1 hour, 41 minutes

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October 23, 2014 — Partial Solar Eclipse — Myrtle Beach

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Animation: How the Partial Solar Eclipse Looked

During this partial solar eclipse, the Moon covered only parts of the Sun, as seen from Myrtle Beach. There were no locations on Earth where the Sun appeared completely covered during this event.

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Phases and local times of this eclipse

StartMaxSunset
6:04 PM Oct 236:29 PM Oct 236:32 PM Oct 23
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Local times for eclipse in Myrtle Beach on Thursday, October 23, 2014

EventTime in Myrtle BeachDirectionAltitudeLooks likeComments
Partial Eclipse beginsOct 23 at 6:04 PM253°West-southwest5.0°
The Moon touches the Sun's edge.
Sun close to horizon, so make sure you have free sight to West-southwest.
Maximum EclipseOct 23 at 6:29 PM256°West-southwest0.3°
Moon is closest to the center of the Sun.
Since the Sun is near the horizon at this time, we recommend going to a high point or finding an unobstructed area with free sight to West-southwest for the best view of the eclipse.
SunsetOct 23 at 6:32 PM257°West-southwest0.2° belowNot directly visibleBelow horizon
Partial Eclipse endsOct 23 at 7:45 PM257°West-southwest0.2° belowNot directly visibleBelow horizon
Times are local for Myrtle Beach (EDT – Eastern Daylight Time).

This eclipse is in progress during sunrise or sunset, so the Sun is displayed only partly in some phases, according to its altitude below the horizon. The animation's bottom edge represents an ideal, flat horizon, which is at the same altitude as the observer.

Eclipses visible in Myrtle Beach

Eclipse Visibility from Myrtle BeachVisibility Worldwide
YearDateTypeDegreeLooks likeMax degreePath of the eclipse
2010Jun 26LunarPenumbral
Partial
2010Dec 21LunarTotal
Total
2011Dec 10LunarPenumbral
Total
2012Jun 4LunarPartial
Partial
2013May 24 / May 25LunarPenumbral
Penumbral
2013Oct 18LunarPenumbral
Penumbral
2014Apr 15LunarTotal
Total
2014Oct 8LunarTotal
Total
2014Oct 23SolarPartial
Partial
2015Apr 4LunarPartial
Total
2015Sep 27 / Sep 28LunarTotal
Total
2016Mar 23LunarPenumbral
Penumbral
2017Feb 10LunarPenumbral
Penumbral
2017Aug 21SolarPartial
Total
2018Jan 31LunarPartial
Total
2019Jan 20 / Jan 21LunarTotal
Total
Note: Click on the date link for details in Myrtle Beach, or the path map image for global details. Currently shown eclipse is highlighted.

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