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When Is the Next Solar Eclipse?

There are at least 2 solar eclipses each year. Find out when the next one is and if you can see it from your location.

Partial solar eclipse with bird.

Partial solar eclipse.

A seagull admiring a partial solar eclipse. On a global scale, there are at least 2 solar eclipses each year.

©iStockphoto.com/SteveFE

The next solar eclipse will be on July 2, 2019.

This eclipse will not be visible in Washington DC, but you can follow it via our real-time animation.

Next Solar Eclipse in Washington DC

The next eclipse in Washington DC will be a Partial Solar Eclipse on June 10, 2021, starting at 4:39:12 am local time.

Check out the local weather forecast and remember to always use adequate eye protection when viewing the eclipse. Never look at the Sun directly!

Upcoming 5 Solar Eclipses

More details about upcoming Eclipses

Next Total Solar Eclipse

136Days 11Hrs 18Mins 38Secs

Total Solar Eclipse

Jul 2, 2019 at 16:55 UTCSee more

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Solar Eclipses

  1. When Is the Next Solar Eclipse?
  2. Different Types of Eclipses
  3. What Are Solar Eclipses?
  4. How Often Do Solar Eclipses Occur?
  5. Total Solar Eclipses
  6. Partial Solar Eclipses
  7. Annular Solar Eclipses
  8. Hybrid Solar Eclipses
  9. Solar Eclipses in History
  10. Solar Eclipse Myths
  11. Magnitude of Eclipses

Eclipses



Eclipse Shadows

  1. Umbra
  2. Penumbra
  3. Antumbra

Why Are There 3 Shadows?

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