Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Solar Eclipse Map

The Solar Eclipse Finder is an Esri map that displays the path of past and future solar eclipses for any location on Earth.

The tool couldn't be simpler to use. Just click on the map and past solar eclipses at the selected location are shown on the map in green and future eclipse are shown in blue. If you mouse-over the path of a solar eclipse you can view details in the map side-bar.

The details on each eclipse include the date, time and the duration of the solar eclipse. The Solar Eclipse Finder includes the paths of 905 solar eclipses from 1601 to 2200.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

This is a great tool! Would you mind updating it and adding all solar eclipses available in the 10 000 years of solar eclipse catalog. That would be amazing! Great tool for archeo-astronomy!