|Global Event:||Total Solar Eclipse|
|Local Type:||Total Solar Eclipse, in Iceland|
|Start of Partial:||Wed, Aug 12, 2026 at 4:42 pm GMT|
|Start of Totality:||Wed, Aug 12, 2026 at 5:43 pm GMT|
|End of Totality:||Wed, Aug 12, 2026 at 5:50 pm GMT|
|End of Partial:||Wed, Aug 12, 2026 at 6:49 pm GMT|
All times shown on this page are local time.
This map shows where and when the eclipse is visible in Iceland.
Aug 12, 2026 – Total Solar Eclipse – Iceland
The colors on the map indicate how much of the Sun gets covered by the Moon. Totality is visible within the dark red strip.
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Selection of Cities in Iceland Where the Totality Is Visible
|Location||Obscuration||Start||Max||End||Totality Duration||Avg. Cloud Cover|
|Borgarnes||100.00%||4:46 pm||5:48 pm||6:46 pm GMT||40s||74 %|
|Keflavík||100.00%||4:47 pm||5:48 pm||6:47 pm GMT||1m, 39s||74 %|
|Reykjavik||100.00%||4:47 pm||5:48 pm||6:47 pm GMT||1m||76 %|
|Ísafjörður||100.00%||4:43 pm||5:44 pm||6:44 pm GMT||1m, 31s||78 %|
Actual weather forecasts are available from 14 days before the eclipse. Average cloud coverage is based on data since 2000.
Eclipses Visible in Iceland
|Eclipse Visibility from Iceland||Visibility Worldwide|
|Mar 25, 2024 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse||Penumbral Lunar Eclipse|
|Apr 8, 2024 Partial Solar Eclipse||Total Solar Eclipse|
|Sep 18, 2024 Partial Lunar Eclipse||Partial Lunar Eclipse|
|Mar 14, 2025 Total Lunar Eclipse||Total Lunar Eclipse|
|Mar 29, 2025 Partial Solar Eclipse||Partial Solar Eclipse|
Note: Click on the date link for details in Iceland, or the path map image for global details. Next visible eclipse is highlighted.