A partial solar eclipse, visible from southern Africa, Madagascar, Antarctica and some locations in Indian and Atlantic Oceans, will occur on September 13, 2015. The moment of greatest eclipse will occur at 06:54 UTC.
This eclipse comes 1.2 days before the Moon reaches apogee and two weeks before total lunar eclipse on September 28.
Image courtesy of Fred Espenak, NASA/GSFC.
- Follow this link to see the interactive map with the path of the solar eclipse across Earth's surface.
- See Eclipse Data, including the Besselian elements, for the September 13, 2015 solar eclipse.
- A list of cities where the eclipse will be visible, including local times is here.
If you happen to live in locations where the eclipse will be visible, please remember not to watch directly into the Sun without proper eye protection.
The next solar eclipse, a total one, will occur on March 9, 2016.
Featured image: "All the eclipse" by Gerlos on March 30, 2006 (CC – Flickr).
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