All Total Solar Eclipses From 2024 Through 2043

Total solar eclipses don’t happen at the same time or the same place regularly, due to the 5-degree offset between the Moon’s orbit around the Earth and the Earth’s orbit around the Sun. But if you’re curious if a future total eclipse will be viewable from your backyard, you can see all the total solar eclipses forecasted for the next 20 years in this video. It’s all beautifully rendered with real data from OpenSpace data visualization software.