Eclipses of the Sun and Moon, 2007
Updated August 5, 2020 | Infoplease Staff
Note: The day of an eclipse is given in Universal Time (UT) and may start a day earlier or later depending on your time zone. (See Phenomena, 2007, to find time of eclipse.)
- March 3-4. Total eclipse of the Moon. Visible in the Arctic, Asia except the easter part, Europe including the British Isles, Africa, South America, and the eastern parts of central and North America.
- March 19. Partial eclipse of the Sun. Visible in most of Alaska, eastern and central Asia except the central parts of Japan and the western part of Russia.
- Aug. 28. Total eclipse of the Moon. Visible in the Americas except the eastern part of South America and the northeastern parts of North America, the Pacific Ocean, eastern parts of Asia, Australasia, and Antarctica.
- Sept. 11. Partial eclipse of the Sun. Visible in parts of Antarctica, South America except the northern part, and the southwestern Atlantic Ocean.
See also Encyclopedia: eclipse and Quiz: eclipse.
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