Looking ahead to the Moon's shadow
When will you next be able to see the Moon block the Sun?
May 24, 2005
|Curious where the next 5 years' total solar eclipses will occur? How about the next 20 years'? Maybe one's coming to your locale or you'd like to experience the Moon's shadow in a foreign land. Fred Espenak has created a World Atlas of Solar Eclipse Paths spanning 5 millennia, from 2000 B.C. to 3000 A.D.|
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