Because people may ask the question years from now and come upon the answer here, any date or location we give will probably be out of date; there are about two solar eclipses… a year on average, though of course any given one is only visible from part of the Earth. Instead, let me direct you to NASA's eclipse site. That shouldn't become out of date any time soon, since it has information about eclipses (both dates and maps) until the year 3000.
The next total solar eclipse in Texas is on April 8, 2024. That early afternoon, Austin and the Texas Hill Country (but not San Antonio), Temple, Waco and all of the Dallas-Fo…rt Worth metro-plex lie in the path of totality. If you're impatient, Texans will see a partial eclipse of the sun in the early evening of May 20, 2012. In fact, some places in NW Texas lie in the path of an annular eclipse, where the moon moves completely across the sun, but is too small to block it totally. You could also see a total solar eclipse the afternoon of August 21, 2017 if you drove to Missouri.
depends on where you are. if in united states, august 21, 2017
On May 20th, 2012. It will start at 7:35PM and end at 9:33PM. The maximum eclipse will be at 8:09PM. Hope this helps. :)
August 21, 2017. The path of totality will cross the entire country from Salem, OR to Casper WY to Grand island, NE to St. Joseph, MO to just south of St. Louis to Nashvill…e, TN to just north of Charleston, SC. I recommend that you make your hotel reservations NOW if you plan to travel to the observe this eclipse.
I'm afraid you may miss it :-( 23rd September 2090 in the South West of England
August 21, 2017. It will be visible from Portland, OR to Charleston, SC. See the link for detailed maps.
April 8th 2024
As of September 28, 2010, the next total solar eclipse will occur on November 13, 2012. It will be visible from a few places in far northern Australia. After that, the next to…tal solar eclipse will be on March 20, 2015, covering a remote path across the North Atlantic through the Iceland/UK gap and into the Norwegian Sea. The island of Spitzbergen will have an excellent view! Update: As of today (May 30 2012) the "next" total solar eclipse will be on November 13, 2012. The path of totality will include the northern tip of Australia and a vast swath of the South Pacific Ocean. The next total solar eclipse in North America will be on August 21, 2017. The path of totality will cross the entire country from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. You can seen the catalog of eclipses on the NASA Eclipse Web Site at the link below.
For London: The next partial eclipse will be on 4th Jan 2011. The next annular eclipse will be on 5th Feb 2437. The next total eclipse will be on 5th May 2600 - So…rry!
The next eclipse in which the path of totality goes through the British Isles may not occur during your lifetime, even if you live longer significantly longer than the average… life expectancy and are quite young when reading this. Also, while the eclipse should be visible everywhere in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, it will only be total in the extreme southern portion of Great Britain (and the very southern tip of Ireland... Cork is too far north, for example). Hastings, Brighton, Southampton, and Taunton are all a few miles inside the zone of totality; anyone more than a very short distance north of a line passing through those cities will see a partial eclipse instead. Oh, the date: September 23, 2090.
There are no total solar eclipses at all in 2011, but there will be four partial eclipses. The next total solar eclipse will occur on November 13, 2012, and will be visible fr…om far northeastern Australia. I recommend Cairns or Port Douglas as viewing locations.
When your mom walks outside she will totally eclipse the sun
22nd July 2028. I'd see it then if I was you. as the one after is not until 3rd June 2858.
August 2, 2027. It will miss Cairo and Alexandria, but ought to be BEAUTIFUL in Luxor!
Normally I don't like answering questions asking when "the next" something is, because it depends on the date. However, I think this one is fairly safe. August 23, 2044. Cou…ld someone remember to change this answer in 32 years to September 14 2099, please?