Eclipse calendar by Mark Sukhija

This is my eclipse calendar which I will be using to schedule some trips into the future. I will be concentrating on travel to total solar eclipses but will try to provide as much information as possible on other eclipses as well but this might not always be possible.

I've also included a set of websites about eclipses for your perusal.

Date Type Location
11th July 2010 Total Solar Eclipse Easter Island / Cook Islands / French Polynesia
14th November 2012 Total Solar Eclipse Australia (Northern Territory / Queensland) and Pacific Ocean
20th March 2015 Total Solar Eclipse Spitzbergen, Faroe Islands, Atlantic Ocean
9th March 2016 Total Solar Eclipse Indonesia, Indian and Pacific Oceans
21st August 2017 Total Solar Eclipse Continental United States - specifically Oregan, Idaho, Montana (only just), Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina

Related Posts

Why chase solar eclipses? Why I chase total solar eclipse all over the world
2012 Solar Eclipse totality seen from offshore of Port Douglas Video of totality during the 2012 eclipse seen from Port Douglas in Queensland
2012 eclipse information and schedule 2012 eclipse information and schedule in Queensland
2012 solar eclipse path - Australia map 2012 total eclipse path across Australia and the Pacific
2012 solar eclipse path - global map Global view of the 2012 total eclipse path
2012 solar eclipse path - Northern Territory map 2012 total eclipse path in Northern Territory of Australia
2012 solar eclipse path - Queensland map 2012 total eclipse path in Queensland
Queensland - 2012 eclipse time and durations Times and durations of the total solar eclipse in Queensland


Further reading

2017 Solar Eclipse - United States - Travel plans for the Total Solar Eclipse in 2017 across the mainland United States

Chase eclipses - 5 reasons you must - Chasing eclipses and why it's is a must-do experience in a travellers life

Eclipse chasing - Essential total eclipse trip planning information from 2010 to 2019

Eclipse Websites - A selection of websites with information about total solar eclipses

Solar eclipses - occurances and types - A brief description of the types and occurences of different types of solar eclipse

Your next solar eclipse trip - what to know and do - What to know and do when planning your next solar eclipse trip

Why chase solar eclipses? - Why I chase total solar eclipse all over the world

Martigny - Amphitheatres and Erotic Rodin - Travelogue from a trip to Martigny in Canton Valais for the Erotic Rodin Exhibition

2017 solar eclipse - getting to Idaho - Overview information about getting to Idaho

2017 solar eclipse - getting to Wyoming - Overview information about how to get to Wyoming

Chile Tourism - Official website of the Chile National Tourism Service

Northern Territory - Official website of Northern Territory Tourism

Queensland Tourism - Official website of Tourism Queensland

Svalbard - Official website of the Svalbard archipelago

Tourism Australia - Official website of Tourism Australia

Visit Faroe Islands - Official website of the Faroe Islands Tourist Board

Wyoming Office of Tourism - Official website of the Wyoming Office of Tourism

About Mark Sukhija

Mark Sukhija is a travel and wine blogger, photographer, tourism researcher, hat-touting, white-shirt-wearing, New Zealand fantatic and eclipse chaser. Aside from at least annual visits to New Zealand, Mark has seen eclipses in South Australia (2002), Libya (2006), China (2009) and Queensland (2012). After twelve years in Switzerland, Mark moved back to London in 2012. You can follow Mark on Twitter or Facebook