2015 Eclipse Calendar

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 2015 Eclipse Calendar.

Eclipse CalendarThe 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 2015

In the free 2015 Lunar Eclipse Calendar, the upcoming Lunar Eclipses during the year 2015 are listed. Take a look at the Lunar Eclipse Calendar for 2015 to find out when and where the Lunar Eclipses will occur. As well at the date and duration of the 2015 Lunar Eclipses, the free Lunar Eclipse Calendar also includes information regarding the type of Eclipse and where you will be able to see this astonomical phenomenon!

Date Type of Eclipse Location Duration
Apr 4th Total Eclipse Visible in Asia, Australia, the Pacific and the Americas 3h 29mins (Total Eclipse for 5m)
Sept 28th Total Eclipse Visible in Asia, Australia, the Pacific and the Americas 3h 20m (Total Eclipse for 1h 12m)

Solar Eclipses in 2015

The 2015 Solar Eclipse Calendar shows the time and date at which the Solar Eclipses during the year 2015 can be seen. Don´t miss witnessing the most amazing of astronomical phenomenons particularly the Total Solar Eclipse on March 20th 2015 as it is quite a rare occurrence and people often only get the chance to see one in their lifetime!

Date Type of Eclipse Location  TD of Greatest Eclipse
March 20th Total Eclipse Visible in Iceland, Europe, North Africa and Northern Asia 09:46:47 UT
September 13th Partial Eclipse Visible in South Africa, South India and Antarctica 06:55:19 UT


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