When Is The Next Bucket-List Solar Eclipse? Six Iconic Places To Experience Totality In The Next 20 Years

From Luxor in Egypt to Sydney Harbour, there are some tempting locations to experience darkness in the day and a 360-degree

When Is The Next Bucket-List Solar Eclipse? Six Iconic Places To Experience Totality In The Next 20 Years

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So slow down and reach Santiago de Compostela a few days after the 2026 total solar eclipse because a lot of the places on the way there are going to see an end-of-day totality.

So slow down and reach Santiago de Compostela a few days after the 2026 total solar eclipse because a lot of the places on the way there are going to see an end-of-day totality.

As well as the nearby Blue Mountains falling within the path of totality, so will Karlu Karlu (Devil’s Marbles) in the Northern Territory, and the Kimberley Coast in Western Australia (best seen from a cruise ship). Here’s a map.

If you’ve never seen a total solar eclipse, the latest of which happened on July 2 in Chile and Argentina, relax.

Just minutes after sunrise a partial solar eclipse will commence, followed by a total solar eclipse while the Sun is 13. 5° above the eastern horizon.

Just minutes after sunrise a partial solar eclipse will commence, followed by a total solar eclipse while the Sun is 13. 5° above the eastern horizon.

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