When is the next eclipse?

When is the next eclipse?

Quebecers will have to wait 55 years before seeing another total solar eclipse on their land. 1any In May 2079, the moon will hide the sun over the Magdalen Islands, the Maritime Provinces and part of New England, according to Éclipse Québec. The next total solar eclipse visible from southern Quebec will occur on May 3, 2106.

The next total solar eclipse to be seen in Canada will take less time to wait. On August 22, 2044, it will be entirely in part of western Canada and partly in Quebec.

You'll have to wait less than a year to see a partial solar eclipse in Quebec. On March 29, 2025, the moon will hide half of the sun for part of the south of the governorate.

The next total eclipse of the Earth will occur over Iceland and parts of Spain on August 12, 2026. In Quebec, it will be partial.

On the night of March 13 to 14, 2025, Quebecers will be able to witness a total lunar eclipse, an easy-to-observe spectacle that occurs once or several times a decade. A total lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes through the center of the Earth's shadow.

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