Partial Solar Eclipse of April 30, 2022

Find out when the eclipse begins and ends, when has its maximum in circa 150 locations.

This Event is now history. Upcoming eclipse: Partial Solar Eclipse of October 2022 over Europe and part of Africa and Asia

On Saturday April 30, 2022 Partial Solar Eclipse will be visible over Southern Hemisphere.
This eclipse will be visible from part of Antarctica, southern South America (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay), part of Pacific and Atlantic Oceans

Solar Eclipse April 30, 2022
TypePartial
Magnitude0.6396
Gamma-1.1901
Saros119
Greatest Eclipse
Time20:41:23 UTC
Latitude62.1°S
Longitude71.5°W

What is an Annular Eclipse? Annular vs. Total vs. Partial Solar Eclipse.

Total eclipse occurs when the Moon completely obscures the Sun. During total phase of the eclipse (totality) only solar corona is visible.
Annular eclipse occurs when the Moon is farther from the Earth than during total eclipse. Hence Moon's apparent size is smaller than the Sun disk and only bright ring (annulus) of the Sun, surrounding the dark disk of the Moon, is visible.
Partial eclipse occurs when the Sun, the Moon and the observer on the Earth are not exactly in line. The Moon only partially covers the Sun.

Partial Solar Eclipse of April 30, 2022 - City List

The table below lists circa 150 cities and places around the world, where you can see April's 2022 Total Eclipse of the Sun. You can find out when the eclipse starts, ends and reaches its maximum, how big is the obscuration of the Sun disc and what type of the eclipse occurs in any given location (T-Total, P-partial eclipse)

Click on the city name (first column) to get more detailed information about solar eclipse in this place, e.g. sun azimuth and altitude, geographical coordinates and altitude etc. Use search box to select desired location(s): city or country. All times in the table are given in local time (see column Time Zone).

City/Antarctic Base TimeZone Eclipse
Type
Partial
Eclipse
Begins
Total
Eclipse
Begins
Maximum
Eclipse
Total
Eclipse
Ends
Partial
Eclipse
Ends
Eclipse
Magnitude
Eclipse
Coverage [%]
Total
Eclipse
Duration