Total, Annular and Partial Eclipses of the Sun

Eclipses visible from Iowa in Bold

DateTotal/Annular/Partial
(T/A/P)
Time of Mideclipse
(GMT, Hour:Min)
Iowa Time in Italics
Maximum Length of
Total or Annular Phase
(Min:Sec)
Area of Visibility
2014 Apr. 29
A
6:03
Off-center
Indian Ocean, Australia, Antaractica
2014 Oct. 23
P
21:44
4:44 PM CDT
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Pacific, US
2015 Mar. 20
T
9:46
2:47
Europe, Africa, Asia
2015 Sep. 13
P
6:54
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Africa, Indian Ocean, Antarctica
2016 Mar. 9
T
1:57
4:09
Asia, Australia, Pacific
2016 Sep. 1
A
9:07
3:06
Africa, Indian Ocean
2017 Feb. 26
A
14:53
0:44
S. America, Atlantic, Africa, Antarctica
2017 Aug. 21
T
18:25
1:25 PM, CDT
2:40
US, S. America
2018 Feb. 15
P
20:51
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Antarctica, S. America
2018 Jul. 13
P
3:01
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Australia
2018 Aug.. 11
P
9:46
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Europe, Asia
2019 Jan. 6
P
1:41
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Asia, Pacific
2019 July 2
T
19:23
4:33
Pacific, S. America
2019 Dec. 26
A
5:17
3:40
Asia, Australia
2020 June 21
A
6:40
0:38
Africa, Europe, Asia
2020 Dec. 14
T
16:13
2:10
Pacific, S. America, Antarctica
2021 Jun. 10
A
10:43
3:51
Northern Europe, Arctic
2021 Dec. 4
T
07:34
1:54
Antarctica
2022 Apr. 30
P
20:42
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S. America
2022 Oct. 25
P
11:01
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Europe, Middle east, Asia
2023 Apr. 20
AT
04:18
1:16
Australia, Southeast Asia
2023 Oct. 14
A
18:01
1:01 PM
5:17
N. America, S. America
2024 Apr. 8
T
18:18
1:18 PM
4:28
N. America
2024 Oct. 2
A
18:46
7:25
Pacific, S. America
2025 Mar. 29
P
10:48
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North Atlantic
2025 Sep. 21
P
19:43
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South Pacific