Discover when the next Solar or Lunar Eclipse will take place as well as its duration, the type of Eclipse and where you can watch it with the 2014 Eclipse Calendar.
The three different types of Eclipse are total, partial, or annular. For example, a total solar eclipse is when the moon blocks the Sun from view entirely, a partial eclipse is when it blocks out a portion of the Sun and an annular eclipse occurs when the moon is at its furthest point in orbit and is shown by a thin ring of light from the outside rim of the moon.
For more information on Eclipses, have a look at our page explaining everything you need to know about the Eclipse.
Lunar Eclipses in 2014
In the following free 2014 Lunar Eclipse Calendar, you can find out when and where the Lunar Eclipses for the year 2014 have taken place and will take place as well as their duration and the type of Eclipse it will be: total, partial or annular.
|Date||Type of Eclipse||Location||Duration|
|April 14th-15th||Total Eclipse||Visible in Australia, the Pacific and the Americas||3h 35mins. (Eclipse will be total for 1h 18mins)|
|October 8th||Total Eclipse||Visible in Asia, Australia, the Pacific and the Americas||3h 20 mins (Eclipse will be total for 59 mins)|
Solar Eclipses in 2014
The 2014 Solar Eclipse Calendar displays the date of the Solar Eclipses that have already happened and are still to come. As well as the time and date, the free Solar Eclipse Calendar also shows the type of Eclipse it will be and from where you can witness the astronomical occurence.
|Date||Type of Eclipse||Location||TD of Greatest Eclipse|
|April 29th||Annular||Visible in India, Australia, Antarctica||06:04:32 UT|
|October 23rd||Partial||Visible in the Northern Pacific, North America||21:45:39 UT|