Observe, understand, and marvel any solar eclipse between 1990 and 2100!
How does a solar eclipse occur? Where will the Moons shadow pass over the Earths surface during the next eclipse? Where can the solar eclipse be best observed, and what must be kept in mind during the observation?
Experience solar eclipses, all shown in vivid, interactive simulations. Find out where to observe the solar eclipse from the best location. Witness the celestial event as observed from a point near the Sun. Read all the fascinating facts about the Sun and the development of a solar eclipse, and get useful tips for observing a solar eclipse.
Selected by cnet.com among the best apps for watching solar eclipses! (8/2017)
Four different interactive eclipse simulations: View from current location, View from best location, View from orbit around the Earth, View from the Sun
Physical and schematic solar eclipse maps including simulations of the solar eclipses
Visualization of the best visibility (partial/total obscuration)
All about eclipses: explanations and facts, illustrated with images and videos
All solar eclipses occurred/will occur on the Earth between 1990 and 2100
Select location from a map, via place name search, or GPS; alternatively, select the best location for observing
Display up-to-date weather and temperature data
All the data needed for observing live: time of greatest eclipse, coordinates, etc.
Five languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Russian
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