A place map where eclipse and lunar eclipse can be seen on the earth by 2025
A map showing where solar eclipse and lunar eclipse can be seen on the earth is published in NASA's website of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. In Japan, the next solar eclipse is seen on August 1, 2008, and the lunar eclipse seems to be August 28 this year.
All the dates in the textCoordinated Universal Time (UTC)It is a standard.
Details are as follows.
First of all, the following map is a place where you can see the total solar eclipse where the sun is completely hidden. It seems to be seen in Nansei Islands on July 22, 2009 in Japan. By the way, the next opportunity will be September 2, 2035, in Japan during the 21st century you can see a total of 4 total solar eclipses in Japan.
Next is a solar eclipse where the sun looks like a thin ring. It seems that it can be widely seen from Kanto to Kyushu and Okinawa on May 20, 2012.
The solar eclipse at the both ends of the solar eclipse, the thing that will become the total solar eclipse at the center is called the solar eclipse solar eclipse, the next time seems to be observed in 2013. This can not be seen in Japan.
The lunar eclipse is less frequent than the solar eclipse, but it can be seen from anywhere when it occurs. The next occurrence is August 28.
The following is a site on NASA's eclipse and lunar eclipse.
NASA - Eclipse Home Page
A movie of total solar eclipse.
YouTube - Egyptian Total Solar Eclipse 2006
Lunar eclipse movie.
YouTube - Lunar Eclipse in Timelapse
· Reference Link
Eclipse - Wikipedia
Lunar eclipse - Wikipedia