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Did you miss the 2024 total solar eclipse? Watch a video of moments from the event here.

Did you miss the 2024 total solar eclipse?  Watch a video of moments from the event here.

After the total solar eclipse that occurred on April 8, the next total solar eclipse that will be visible from the contiguous United States will be on August 23, 2044.

Before that, there will be an annular solar eclipse on October 2 this year, according to NASA. It will be visible in parts of South America, with some parts only able to experience a partial eclipse. The partial eclipse will also be visible in parts of Antarctica, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, and North America.

Two partial solar eclipses are expected next year NASA. On March 29, 2025, the partial eclipse will be visible in parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Arctic Ocean. On September 21, 2025, a partial eclipse will occur in parts of Australia, Antarctica, the Pacific Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean.

There will also be two solar eclipses in 2026, including a total solar eclipse. On February 17 of that year, there will be an annular solar eclipse that will be visible in parts of Antarctica, according to NASA. The partial eclipse will be visible on that day in parts of Antarctica, Africa, South America, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean.

On August 12, 2026, there will be a total solar eclipse over parts of Greenland, Iceland, Spain, Russia and a small area of ​​Portugal, according to NASA. The partial eclipse will be visible in parts of Europe, Africa, North America, the Atlantic Ocean, the Arctic Ocean, and the Pacific Ocean.

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