Six Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses

-1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)

Fred Espenak

Introduction

The Six Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses is organized into a series of sixty 100-year web pages, each one covering a century of solar eclipses. The 100-year table below covers the period -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE) [1]. The date and time of each eclipse is given for the instant of Greatest Eclipse. Each eclipse date links to a web page containing additional details and a map showing the geographic region of eclipse visibility for that eclipse. A description of each parameter in the catalog table can be found in Key to Catalog of Solar Eclipses.

For an explanation of how eclipses are classified, see Solar Eclipse Basics. The frequency of each eclipse type, the extremes in eclipse magnitude and duration, and other data for the century are presented in the Eclipse Statistics tables following the Catalog of Solar Eclipses. To select a different century, visit the Index to Six Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses.

Footnotes

[1] The terms BCE and CE are abbreviations for "Before Common Era" and "Common Era," respectively. They are the secular equivalents to the BC and AD dating conventions. (See: Year Dating Conventions)

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QLE Gamma Ecl Mag Lat

°
Long

°
Sun Alt
°
Path Width km Central Dur
-1899-Jan-1912:02:16 44002 3318 -48224 -9 P -t -1.2870 0.4708 64S 21W 0
-1899-Jul-1603:47:13 43991 3316 -48218 -4 P -t 1.2400 0.5539 65N 106E 0
-1899-Aug-1415:30:53 43989 3316 -48217 34 P t- -1.4865 0.1075 63S 85E 0
-1898-Jan-0822:40:05 43980 3315 -48212 1 T -p -0.5259 1.0248 55S 32E 58 9901m53s
-1898-Jul-0507:44:23 43968 3313 -48206 6 A -p 0.5187 0.9476 55N 111W 58 22605m02s
-1898-Dec-2913:56:28 43956 3311 -48200 11 T n- 0.1666 1.0512 14S 155E 80 17204m51s
-1897-Jun-2408:08:14 43945 3309 -48194 16 A nn -0.2370 0.9519 9N 121W 76 18106m36s
-1897-Dec-1905:18:01 43933 3307 -48188 21 T p- 0.8560 1.0176 36N 74W 31 11701m35s
-1896-Jun-1212:23:53 43922 3305 -48182 26 A t- -0.9851 0.9822 59S 175W 9 40301m29s
-1896-Nov-0723:53:41 43912 3303 -48177 -7 P -t -1.3252 0.4066 71S 124W 0
-1895-May-0316:42:53 43901 3301 -48171 -2 T -p 0.8566 1.0640 64N 77E 31 40704m00s
-1895-Oct-2800:11:54 43890 3299 -48165 3 A -p -0.6781 0.9130 48S 19W 47 44908m57s
-1894-Apr-2309:59:39 43878 3298 -48159 8 T nn 0.1143 1.0770 12N 149W 83 25106m45s
-1894-Oct-1623:55:08 43867 3296 -48153 13 A nn 0.0099 0.9375 3S 3E 89 23207m51s
-1893-Apr-1301:21:19 43855 3294 -48147 18 T p- -0.6553 1.0302 37S 2W 49 13402m36s
-1893-Oct-0605:53:07 43844 3292 -48141 23 A p- 0.7012 0.9865 43N 69W 45 6701m11s
-1892-Mar-0220:26:15 43834 3290 -48136 -10 P -t 1.3514 0.3610 71N 12E 0
-1892-Apr-0110:34:23 43832 3290 -48135 28 P t- -1.4764 0.1369 72S 58W 0
-1892-Aug-2609:10:00 43823 3288 -48130 -5 P -t -1.2925 0.4572 70S 172W 0
-1892-Sep-2418:46:36 43821 3288 -48129 33 P t- 1.3421 0.3649 71N 172W 0
-1891-Feb-1920:34:15 43811 3286 -48124 0 A -p 0.6380 0.9340 22N 51E 50 31808m31s
-1891-Aug-1601:16:06 43800 3284 -48118 5 T -p -0.6175 1.0412 19S 22W 52 17503m57s
-1890-Feb-0822:54:52 43788 3282 -48112 10 A nn -0.1070 0.9690 26S 25E 84 11203m32s
-1890-Aug-0513:29:31 43777 3281 -48106 15 Am nn 0.1126 0.9952 28N 161E 83 1700m30s
-1889-Jan-2908:14:50 43765 3279 -48100 20 T p- -0.8199 1.0140 77S 101W 35 8500m54s
-1889-Jul-2518:41:36 43754 3277 -48094 25 A p- 0.8890 0.9427 86N 90E 27 47004m01s
-1889-Dec-2013:12:11 43744 3275 -48089 -8 P -t 1.1767 0.6766 64N 165W 0
-1888-Jan-1823:05:41 43742 3275 -48088 30 P t- -1.4675 0.1255 67S 161W 0
-1888-Jun-1404:12:50 43733 3273 -48083 -3 P -t -1.2273 0.5748 63S 25W 0
-1888-Dec-0903:39:30 43721 3271 -48077 2 H -p 0.5317 1.0079 10N 44W 58 3200m48s

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QLE Gamma Ecl Mag Lat

°
Long

°
Sun Alt
°
Path Width km Central Dur
-1887-Jun-0310:29:21 43710 3269 -48071 7 H -p -0.4123 1.0115 4S 150W 66 4301m13s
-1887-Nov-2812:26:54 43699 3267 -48065 12 Am nn -0.1657 0.9537 27S 170E 80 17104m54s
-1886-May-2323:50:33 43687 3265 -48059 17 T p- 0.3660 1.0644 36N 8W 68 22604m59s
-1886-Nov-1713:58:19 43676 3264 -48053 22 A p- -0.8713 0.9109 64S 96E 29 68907m03s
-1885-Apr-1410:13:17 43666 3262 -48048 -11 P -t -1.4062 0.2391 61S 65W 0
-1885-May-1316:58:00 43664 3262 -48047 27 P t- 1.0953 0.8408 61N 10W 0
-1885-Oct-0719:30:22 43655 3260 -48042 -6 P -t 1.4671 0.1630 61N 160E 0
-1885-Nov-0613:02:15 43653 3260 -48041 32 P t- -1.5217 0.0805 61S 54E 0
-1884-Apr-0300:11:10 43643 3258 -48036 -1 H3 -p -0.7062 1.0117 39S 28E 45 5600m56s
-1884-Sep-2603:42:56 43632 3256 -48030 4 H -p 0.7064 1.0045 43N 26W 45 2200m21s
-1883-Mar-2307:14:19 43620 3254 -48024 9 A nn 0.0537 0.9625 3S 105W 87 13604m04s
-1883-Sep-1518:00:35 43609 3252 -48018 14 T nn -0.0053 1.0518 9N 92E 90 17204m20s
-1882-Mar-1208:11:08 43597 3250 -48012 19 A p- 0.8115 0.9347 38N 145W 36 40206m41s
-1882-Sep-0510:07:04 43586 3249 -48006 24 T p- -0.6974 1.0423 27S 169W 46 19303m30s
-1881-Jan-3019:51:48 43577 3247 -48001 -9 P -t -1.3116 0.4272 63S 150W 0
-1881-Mar-0109:40:43 43575 3247 -48000 29 Pb t- 1.5129 0.0790 61N 158E 0
-1881-Jul-2710:58:36 43565 3245 -47995 -4 P -t 1.3014 0.4452 64N 13W 0
-1881-Aug-2523:19:16 43563 3245 -47994 34 P t- -1.4551 0.1668 62S 43W 0
-1880-Jan-2007:00:57 43554 3243 -47989 1 T -p -0.5442 1.0301 55S 89W 57 12102m13s
-1880-Jul-1514:23:19 43542 3241 -47983 6 A -p 0.5910 0.9430 60N 154E 54 26205m12s
-1879-Jan-0822:33:00 43531 3239 -47977 11 T n- 0.1530 1.0539 15S 24E 81 18005m01s
-1879-Jul-0414:42:12 43519 3237 -47971 16 A nn -0.1593 0.9516 15N 139E 81 17906m28s
-1879-Dec-2913:53:17 43508 3235 -47965 21 T p- 0.8496 1.0175 35N 152E 32 11401m36s
-1878-Jun-2319:18:27 43497 3234 -47959 26 A t- -0.9075 0.9881 43S 71E 24 10101m09s
-1878-Nov-1908:08:09 43487 3232 -47954 -7 P -t -1.3285 0.4013 70S 97E 0
-1877-May-1500:03:30 43476 3230 -47948 -2 T -t 0.9288 1.0633 75N 60W 21 57003m33s
-1877-Nov-0808:11:19 43464 3228 -47942 3 A -p -0.6816 0.9122 53S 141W 47 45708m43s
-1876-May-0317:22:42 43453 3226 -47936 8 T -n 0.1885 1.0762 21N 96E 79 25106m34s
-1876-Oct-2708:03:58 43441 3224 -47930 13 A nn 0.0064 0.9384 7S 122W 90 22907m43s
-1875-Apr-2308:29:23 43430 3222 -47924 18 T p- -0.5830 1.0291 28S 115W 54 12002m42s

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QLE Gamma Ecl Mag Lat

°
Long

°
Sun Alt
°
Path Width km Central Dur
-1875-Oct-1614:21:19 43419 3221 -47918 23 A p- 0.6942 0.9877 39N 160E 46 6001m07s
-1874-Mar-1403:18:05 43409 3219 -47913 -10 P -t 1.4157 0.2506 71N 106W 0
-1874-Apr-1217:18:51 43407 3219 -47912 28 P t- -1.4066 0.2599 72S 174W 0
-1874-Sep-0617:29:56 43398 3217 -47907 -5 P -t -1.3182 0.4085 70S 49E 0
-1874-Oct-0603:24:39 43396 3217 -47906 33 P t- 1.3301 0.3875 72N 43E 0
-1873-Mar-0303:30:29 43386 3215 -47901 0 A -p 0.6938 0.9372 30N 59W 46 32107m32s
-1873-Aug-2709:20:05 43375 3213 -47895 5 T -p -0.6536 1.0348 24S 147W 49 15403m15s
-1872-Feb-2006:22:36 43363 3211 -47889 10 A nn -0.0635 0.9754 20S 89W 86 8802m49s
-1872-Aug-1521:01:22 43352 3209 -47883 15 A nn 0.0670 0.9887 23N 47E 86 4001m14s
-1871-Feb-0816:16:29 43341 3207 -47877 20 T p- -0.7859 1.0210 70S 141E 38 11701m24s
-1871-Aug-0501:39:26 43329 3206 -47871 25 A p- 0.8329 0.9393 77N 5W 33 41104m37s
-1871-Dec-3021:54:01 43320 3204 -47866 -8 P -t 1.1867 0.6578 65N 53E 0
-1870-Jan-2907:27:21 43318 3204 -47865 30 P t- -1.4426 0.1716 68S 60E 0
-1870-Jun-2510:47:16 43308 3202 -47860 -3 P -t -1.3027 0.4439 64S 136W 0
-1870-Dec-2012:15:25 43297 3200 -47854 2 H -p 0.5377 1.0067 9N 176W 57 2700m42s
-1869-Jun-1417:28:58 43286 3198 -47848 7 H -p -0.4872 1.0133 7S 103E 61 5201m26s
-1869-Dec-0920:43:12 43274 3196 -47842 12 A nn -0.1626 0.9521 30S 45E 80 17805m11s
-1868-Jun-0307:09:47 43263 3194 -47836 17 T n- 0.2903 1.0667 35N 117W 73 22705m17s
-1868-Nov-2721:59:22 43251 3193 -47830 22 A p- -0.8681 0.9107 68S 28W 29 68706m55s
-1867-Apr-2417:35:27 43242 3191 -47825 -11 Pe -t -1.4799 0.0978 61S 174E 0
-1867-May-2400:20:04 43240 3191 -47824 27 P t- 1.0215 0.9840 62N 131W 0
-1867-Oct-1803:41:01 43231 3189 -47819 -6 P -t 1.4706 0.1567 61N 27E 0
-1867-Nov-1621:09:34 43229 3189 -47818 32 P t- -1.5168 0.0879 62S 79W 0
-1866-Apr-1407:16:39 43219 3187 -47813 -1 H -p -0.7815 1.0084 41S 78W 38 4500m41s
-1866-Oct-0712:11:21 43208 3185 -47807 4 H -p 0.7145 1.0050 39N 157W 44 2400m24s
-1865-Apr-0313:57:01 43196 3183 -47801 9 A nn -0.0211 0.9622 3S 153E 89 13704m04s
-1865-Sep-2702:34:53 43185 3182 -47795 14 T nn 0.0100 1.0500 6N 39W 89 16604m09s
-1864-Mar-2214:49:30 43174 3180 -47789 19 A p- 0.7407 0.9389 35N 115E 42 32606m12s
-1864-Sep-1518:29:36 43162 3178 -47783 24 T p- -0.6765 1.0377 28S 62E 47 16803m03s
-1863-Feb-1003:34:09 43153 3176 -47778 -9 P -t -1.3427 0.3714 63S 83E 0

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QLE Gamma Ecl Mag Lat

°
Long

°
Sun Alt
°
Path Width km Central Dur
-1863-Mar-1116:44:15 43151 3176 -47777 29 P t- 1.4513 0.1841 61N 41E 0
-1863-Aug-0618:16:03 43141 3174 -47772 -4 P -t 1.3567 0.3484 63N 134W 0
-1863-Sep-0507:15:21 43139 3174 -47771 34 P t- -1.4305 0.2131 61S 173W 0
-1862-Jan-3015:14:00 43130 3172 -47766 1 T -p -0.5696 1.0355 54S 152E 55 14502m34s
-1862-Jul-2621:09:38 43119 3170 -47760 6 A -p 0.6568 0.9383 62N 60E 49 30405m24s
-1861-Jan-2007:02:56 43107 3169 -47754 11 T n- 0.1336 1.0568 16S 104W 82 18905m11s
-1861-Jul-1521:23:33 43096 3167 -47748 16 A nn -0.0872 0.9510 19N 37E 85 18006m18s
-1860-Jan-0922:22:54 43084 3165 -47742 21 T p- 0.8392 1.0178 33N 19E 33 11201m38s
-1860-Jul-0402:19:40 43073 3163 -47736 26 A t- -0.8340 0.9917 33S 40W 33 5300m52s
-1860-Nov-2916:21:23 43064 3161 -47731 -7 P -t -1.3319 0.3958 69S 41W 0
-1859-May-2507:23:45 43052 3159 -47725 -2 T+ -t 1.0014 1.0205 70N 101E 0
-1859-Jun-2314:35:35 43050 3159 -47724 36 Pb t- -1.5240 0.0178 67S 142E 0
-1859-Nov-1816:12:09 43041 3158 -47719 3 A -p -0.6838 0.9121 57S 98E 47 46008m27s
-1858-May-1500:44:14 43030 3156 -47713 8 T -n 0.2635 1.0746 29N 18W 75 25106m15s
-1858-Nov-0716:15:24 43018 3154 -47707 13 A nn 0.0044 0.9400 12S 113E 90 22207m30s
-1857-May-0415:34:54 43007 3152 -47701 18 T p- -0.5095 1.0272 19S 133E 59 10702m41s
-1857-Oct-2722:54:13 42996 3150 -47695 23 A p- 0.6902 0.9895 34N 28E 46 5100m59s
-1856-Mar-2410:01:45 42986 3148 -47690 -10 P -t 1.4854 0.1309 71N 137E 0
-1856-Apr-2223:57:53 42984 3148 -47689 28 P t- -1.3330 0.3895 71S 70E 0
-1856-Sep-1701:57:15 42975 3147 -47684 -5 P -t -1.3380 0.3711 71S 93W 0
-1856-Oct-1612:08:09 42973 3146 -47683 33 P t- 1.3224 0.4019 72N 104W 0
-1855-Mar-1310:18:10 42963 3145 -47678 0 A -p 0.7566 0.9402 38N 167W 41 33506m33s
-1855-Sep-0617:32:02 42952 3143 -47672 5 T -p -0.6821 1.0286 29S 85E 47 13202m35s
-1854-Mar-0213:40:34 42941 3141 -47666 10 A nn -0.0113 0.9817 14S 159E 89 6502m05s
-1854-Aug-2704:42:31 42929 3139 -47660 15 A nn 0.0303 0.9822 18N 71W 88 6301m59s
-1853-Feb-2000:09:24 42918 3137 -47654 20 T p- -0.7441 1.0282 63S 21E 42 14301m57s
-1853-Aug-1608:45:52 42907 3135 -47648 25 A p- 0.7842 0.9356 70N 112W 38 38905m17s
-1852-Jan-1106:29:05 42897 3134 -47643 -8 P -t 1.2022 0.6287 66N 88W 0
-1852-Feb-0915:40:56 42895 3133 -47642 30 P t- -1.4113 0.2302 69S 76W 0
-1852-Jul-0517:28:36 42886 3132 -47637 -3 P -t -1.3727 0.3223 65S 112E 0

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QLE Gamma Ecl Mag Lat

°
Long

°
Sun Alt
°
Path Width km Central Dur
-1852-Aug-0408:40:47 42884 3131 -47636 35 P t- 1.5011 0.1088 68N 36E 0
-1852-Dec-3020:45:27 42874 3130 -47631 2 H -p 0.5481 1.0059 9N 53E 57 2400m38s
-1851-Jun-2500:32:42 42863 3128 -47625 7 H2 -p -0.5595 1.0145 10S 5W 56 6001m34s
-1851-Dec-2004:55:28 42852 3126 -47619 12 A nn -0.1569 0.9511 32S 78W 81 18105m24s
-1850-Jun-1414:31:48 42840 3124 -47613 17 T n- 0.2162 1.0680 34N 134E 77 22705m33s
-1850-Dec-0905:57:55 42829 3122 -47607 22 A p- -0.8630 0.9113 72S 149W 30 67306m47s
-1849-Jun-0407:43:42 42818 3120 -47601 27 T t- 0.9490 1.0660 71N 148E 18 70003m24s
-1849-Oct-2911:57:52 42808 3119 -47596 -6 P -t 1.4696 0.1577 61N 108W 0
-1849-Nov-2805:18:13 42806 3119 -47595 32 P t- -1.5124 0.0942 62S 148E 0
-1848-Apr-2414:16:44 42797 3117 -47590 -1 H -t -0.8603 1.0042 44S 179E 30 2800m20s
-1848-Oct-1720:46:17 42786 3115 -47584 4 H -p 0.7181 1.0059 36N 71E 44 2900m29s
-1847-Apr-1320:32:53 42774 3113 -47578 9 A nn -0.1007 0.9617 2S 54E 84 13904m09s
-1847-Oct-0711:15:24 42763 3111 -47572 14 T nn 0.0206 1.0485 2N 171W 89 16104m01s
-1846-Apr-0221:20:54 42752 3110 -47566 19 A p- 0.6635 0.9428 34N 17E 48 27505m46s
-1846-Sep-2702:59:14 42740 3108 -47560 24 T p- -0.6618 1.0333 31S 69W 48 14702m38s
-1845-Feb-2111:09:35 42731 3106 -47555 -9 P -t -1.3806 0.3028 62S 42W 0
-1845-Mar-2223:42:49 42729 3106 -47554 29 P t- 1.3841 0.3005 61N 74W 0
-1845-Aug-1801:40:25 42720 3104 -47549 -4 P -t 1.4055 0.2642 62N 104E 0
-1845-Sep-1615:17:36 42718 3104 -47548 34 P t- -1.4114 0.2490 61S 56E 0
-1844-Feb-1023:19:53 42708 3102 -47543 1 T -p -0.6020 1.0408 53S 33E 53 17002m53s
-1844-Aug-0604:03:52 42697 3100 -47537 6 A -p 0.7158 0.9335 63N 35W 44 35405m37s
-1843-Jan-3015:23:46 42686 3099 -47531 11 T n- 0.1066 1.0598 16S 130E 84 19805m19s
-1843-Jul-2604:14:08 42674 3097 -47525 16 A nn -0.0218 0.9502 22N 66W 89 18306m09s
-1842-Jan-2006:42:50 42663 3095 -47519 21 T p- 0.8214 1.0185 31N 111W 35 11001m43s
-1842-Jul-1509:30:13 42652 3093 -47513 26 A p- -0.7670 0.9942 26S 152W 40 3200m37s
-1842-Dec-1100:29:23 42642 3091 -47508 -7 P -t -1.3390 0.3839 68S 176W 0
-1841-Jun-0514:46:50 42631 3090 -47502 -2 P -t 1.0723 0.8836 69N 24W 0
-1841-Jul-0422:03:23 42629 3089 -47501 36 P t- -1.4566 0.1458 66S 17E 0
-1841-Nov-3000:12:43 42620 3088 -47496 3 A -p -0.6865 0.9127 61S 21W 46 45908m08s
-1840-May-2508:03:44 42608 3086 -47490 8 T -n 0.3400 1.0720 37N 131W 70 24905m50s

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QLE Gamma Ecl Mag Lat

°
Long

°
Sun Alt
°
Path Width km Central Dur
-1840-Nov-1800:30:42 42597 3084 -47484 13 A nn 0.0048 0.9422 15S 12W 90 21407m13s
-1839-May-1422:35:13 42586 3082 -47478 18 T p- -0.4321 1.0246 11S 23E 64 9202m33s
-1839-Nov-0707:31:54 42575 3080 -47472 23 A p- 0.6895 0.9917 31N 105W 46 4000m48s
-1838-May-0406:30:38 42563 3078 -47466 28 P t- -1.2547 0.5270 71S 43W 0
-1838-Sep-2810:32:47 42554 3077 -47461 -5 P -t -1.3513 0.3461 71S 122E 0
-1838-Oct-2720:57:15 42552 3076 -47460 33 P t- 1.3191 0.4082 71N 108E 0
-1837-Mar-2416:59:52 42543 3075 -47455 0 A -p 0.8244 0.9428 47N 84E 34 36905m39s
-1837-Sep-1801:50:18 42531 3073 -47449 5 T -p -0.7049 1.0226 34S 44W 45 10801m58s
-1836-Mar-1220:54:17 42520 3071 -47443 10 A nn 0.0456 0.9880 7S 47E 87 4201m22s
-1836-Sep-0612:29:51 42509 3069 -47437 15 A nn -0.0003 0.9759 13N 170E 90 8602m45s
-1835-Mar-0207:55:41 42497 3067 -47431 20 T p- -0.6960 1.0353 55S 99W 46 16502m34s
-1835-Aug-2616:00:21 42486 3066 -47425 25 A p- 0.7423 0.9317 62N 137E 42 38106m00s
-1834-Jan-2114:56:50 42477 3064 -47420 -8 P -t 1.2237 0.5881 67N 132E 0
-1834-Feb-1923:46:43 42475 3064 -47419 30 P t- -1.3736 0.3014 70S 148E 0
-1834-Jul-1700:19:27 42465 3062 -47414 -3 P -t -1.4357 0.2129 66S 2W 0
-1834-Aug-1515:45:02 42464 3062 -47413 35 P t- 1.4495 0.1968 69N 84W 0
-1833-Jan-1105:06:58 42454 3060 -47408 2 H -p 0.5650 1.0052 11N 75W 56 2200m34s
-1833-Jul-0607:45:51 42443 3058 -47402 7 T -p -0.6251 1.0151 15S 116W 51 6601m37s
-1833-Dec-3113:00:22 42431 3057 -47396 12 A nn -0.1459 0.9506 32S 162E 81 18305m35s
-1832-Jun-2421:58:43 42420 3055 -47390 17 T n- 0.1458 1.0685 32N 23E 81 22605m46s
-1832-Dec-1913:51:38 42409 3053 -47384 22 A p- -0.8542 0.9126 76S 97E 31 64606m40s
-1831-Jun-1415:09:16 42398 3051 -47378 27 T p- 0.8786 1.0666 74N 64E 28 46003m40s
-1831-Nov-0820:18:18 42388 3049 -47373 -6 P -t 1.4669 0.1617 61N 116E 0
-1831-Dec-0813:24:15 42386 3049 -47372 32 P t- -1.5053 0.1049 63S 16E 0
-1830-May-0521:11:05 42377 3048 -47367 -1 A -t -0.9426 0.9984 50S 79E 19 1700m08s
-1830-Oct-2905:26:45 42366 3046 -47361 4 H -p 0.7178 1.0074 32N 64W 44 3600m38s
-1829-Apr-2503:02:23 42354 3044 -47355 9 A nn -0.1852 0.9607 3S 44W 79 14504m21s
-1829-Oct-1820:01:31 42343 3042 -47349 14 T nn 0.0267 1.0472 3S 55E 88 15703m56s
-1828-Apr-1303:46:38 42332 3040 -47343 19 A p- 0.5812 0.9464 33N 79W 54 23705m23s
-1828-Oct-0711:35:28 42321 3038 -47337 24 T p- -0.6529 1.0290 34S 159E 49 12702m15s

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QLE Gamma Ecl Mag Lat

°
Long

°
Sun Alt
°
Path Width km Central Dur
-1827-Mar-0318:36:30 42311 3037 -47332 -9 P -t -1.4259 0.2197 61S 164W 0
-1827-Apr-0206:34:00 42309 3036 -47331 29 P t- 1.3096 0.4310 61N 173E 0
-1827-Aug-2809:12:36 42300 3035 -47326 -4 P -t 1.4469 0.1938 62N 20W 0
-1827-Sep-2623:27:31 42298 3034 -47325 34 P t- -1.3991 0.2722 61S 77W 0
-1826-Feb-2107:17:50 42289 3033 -47320 1 T -p -0.6414 1.0459 51S 84W 50 19803m11s
-1826-Aug-1711:07:10 42278 3031 -47314 6 A -p 0.7670 0.9289 63N 134W 40 41305m54s
-1825-Feb-1023:37:06 42266 3029 -47308 11 T nn 0.0734 1.0627 15S 5E 86 20605m25s
-1825-Aug-0611:14:51 42255 3027 -47302 16 A nn 0.0358 0.9491 23N 172W 88 18706m01s
-1824-Jan-3114:55:37 42244 3026 -47296 21 T p- 0.7983 1.0194 30N 121E 37 10901m47s
-1824-Jul-2516:48:26 42233 3024 -47290 26 A p- -0.7051 0.9960 21S 94E 45 2000m26s
-1824-Dec-2108:33:33 42223 3022 -47285 -7 P -t -1.3485 0.3680 67S 50E 0
-1823-Jun-1522:12:42 42212 3020 -47279 -2 P -t 1.1412 0.7500 68N 148W 0
-1823-Jul-1505:37:42 42210 3020 -47278 36 P t- -1.3936 0.2656 65S 108W 0
-1823-Dec-1008:10:00 42201 3018 -47273 3 A -p -0.6918 0.9140 65S 136W 46 45607m48s
-1822-Jun-0515:24:47 42189 3017 -47267 8 T -p 0.4147 1.0685 44N 117E 65 24605m20s
-1822-Nov-2908:45:20 42178 3015 -47261 13 A nn 0.0036 0.9451 19S 137W 90 20206m49s
-1821-May-2605:35:17 42167 3013 -47255 18 T n- -0.3555 1.0212 3S 87W 69 7702m18s
-1821-Nov-1816:10:15 42156 3011 -47249 23 A p- 0.6887 0.9945 27N 121E 46 2600m33s
-1820-May-1413:01:08 42144 3009 -47243 28 P t- -1.1748 0.6666 70S 156W 0
-1820-Oct-0819:14:22 42135 3008 -47238 -5 P -t -1.3601 0.3300 72S 24W 0
-1820-Nov-0705:48:49 42133 3007 -47237 33 P t- 1.3178 0.4106 71N 40W 0
-1819-Apr-0323:33:29 42124 3006 -47232 0 A -p 0.8990 0.9446 58N 28W 26 46504m48s
-1819-Sep-2810:16:15 42113 3004 -47226 5 T -p -0.7207 1.0171 40S 176W 44 8401m26s
-1818-Mar-2404:00:22 42101 3002 -47220 10 Am nn 0.1098 0.9940 1N 64W 84 2100m40s
-1818-Sep-1720:25:41 42090 3000 -47214 15 A nn -0.0231 0.9700 7N 49E 89 10803m28s
-1817-Mar-1315:34:32 42079 2998 -47208 20 T p- -0.6408 1.0421 47S 141E 50 18303m14s
-1817-Sep-0623:24:53 42068 2997 -47202 25 A p- 0.7088 0.9279 56N 23E 45 38306m45s
-1816-Feb-0123:16:28 42058 2995 -47197 -8 P -t 1.2518 0.5349 68N 6W 0
-1816-Mar-0207:44:16 42056 2995 -47196 30 P t- -1.3293 0.3859 70S 14E 0
-1816-Jul-2707:18:40 42047 2993 -47191 -3 P -t -1.4924 0.1145 67S 120W 0

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QLE Gamma Ecl Mag Lat

°
Long

°
Sun Alt
°
Path Width km Central Dur
-1816-Aug-2522:59:17 42045 2993 -47190 35 P t- 1.4052 0.2721 70N 154E 0
-1815-Jan-2113:20:58 42036 2991 -47185 2 H -p 0.5873 1.0048 13N 158E 54 2100m31s
-1815-Jul-1615:06:03 42025 2989 -47179 7 T -p -0.6854 1.0151 20S 130E 47 7101m35s
-1814-Jan-1020:56:59 42013 2988 -47173 12 A nn -0.1289 0.9506 31S 43E 82 18305m43s
-1814-Jul-0605:31:15 42002 2986 -47167 17 T nn 0.0798 1.0683 29N 90W 85 22305m56s
-1814-Dec-3021:40:22 41991 2984 -47161 22 A p- -0.8416 0.9146 79S 7W 32 60806m34s
-1813-Jun-2522:37:45 41980 2982 -47155 27 T p- 0.8108 1.0656 74N 23W 36 36903m49s
-1813-Nov-2004:41:01 41970 2981 -47150 -6 P -t 1.4630 0.1675 62N 20W 0
-1813-Dec-1921:28:14 41968 2980 -47149 32 P t- -1.4959 0.1193 64S 116W 0
-1812-May-1604:02:39 41959 2979 -47144 -1 P -t -1.0258 0.9434 61S 6W 0
-1812-Nov-0814:10:31 41948 2977 -47138 4 H -p 0.7157 1.0094 29N 161E 44 4600m49s
-1811-May-0509:26:46 41937 2975 -47132 9 A np -0.2731 0.9592 3S 141W 74 15304m39s
-1811-Oct-2904:51:49 41925 2973 -47126 14 T nn 0.0295 1.0464 7S 79W 88 15503m53s
-1810-Apr-2410:09:07 41914 2971 -47120 19 A p- 0.4955 0.9495 32N 174W 60 21005m06s
-1810-Oct-1820:15:39 41903 2969 -47114 24 T p- -0.6479 1.0251 38S 25E 49 11001m54s
-1809-Mar-1501:58:09 41894 2968 -47109 -9 P -t -1.4763 0.1265 61S 75E 0
-1809-Apr-1313:23:27 41892 2968 -47108 29 P t- 1.2323 0.5679 61N 60E 0
-1809-Sep-0816:52:51 41882 2966 -47103 -4 P -t 1.4808 0.1372 61N 146W 0
-1809-Oct-0807:43:01 41881 2966 -47102 34 P t- -1.3922 0.2856 61S 149E 0
-1808-Mar-0315:08:50 41871 2964 -47097 1 T -p -0.6874 1.0507 50S 160E 46 22903m28s
-1808-Aug-2718:19:15 41860 2962 -47091 6 A -p 0.8106 0.9244 61N 123E 36 48206m12s
-1807-Feb-2107:41:27 41849 2961 -47085 11 Tm nn 0.0325 1.0654 14S 117W 88 21405m31s
-1807-Aug-1618:26:51 41838 2959 -47079 16 A nn 0.0851 0.9481 24N 80E 85 19205m55s
-1806-Feb-1022:56:40 41826 2957 -47073 21 T p- 0.7661 1.0204 28N 3W 40 10601m51s
-1806-Aug-0600:18:24 41815 2955 -47067 26 A p- -0.6516 0.9971 18S 21W 49 1300m18s
-1805-Jan-0116:29:52 41806 2954 -47062 -7 P -t -1.3642 0.3417 66S 82W 0
-1805-Jan-3108:30:29 41804 2953 -47061 31 Pb t- 1.5528 0.0078 63N 168W 0
-1805-Jun-2705:43:02 41795 2952 -47056 -2 P -t 1.2068 0.6229 67N 86E 0
-1805-Jul-2613:20:00 41793 2951 -47055 36 P t- -1.3365 0.3744 64S 125E 0
-1805-Dec-2116:03:28 41784 2950 -47050 3 A -p -0.7005 0.9159 68S 112E 45 45107m26s
-1804-Jun-1522:46:51 41772 2948 -47044 8 T -p 0.4883 1.0643 51N 7E 61 24204m47s
-1804-Dec-0916:59:41 41761 2946 -47038 13 A nn 0.0016 0.9487 21S 98E 90 18806m18s
-1803-Jun-0512:32:42 41750 2944 -47032 18 T nn -0.2776 1.0171 4N 165E 74 6101m54s
-1803-Nov-2900:50:25 41739 2943 -47026 23 A p- 0.6886 0.9979 24N 13W 46 1000m13s
-1802-May-2519:29:16 41728 2941 -47020 28 P t- -1.0933 0.8083 70S 93E 0
-1802-Oct-2004:01:16 41718 2939 -47015 -5 P -t -1.3648 0.3215 71S 172W 0
-1802-Nov-1814:41:54 41716 2939 -47014 33 P t- 1.3177 0.4108 70N 172E 0
-1801-Apr-1506:04:25 41707 2937 -47009 0 A -t 0.9760 0.9447 70N 160W 12 98804m02s
-1801-Oct-0918:48:14 41696 2936 -47003 5 H3 -p -0.7312 1.0120 45S 52E 43 6000m58s
-1800-Apr-0311:03:09 41685 2934 -46997 10 A nn 0.1778 0.9997 9N 173W 80 100m02s
-1800-Sep-2804:27:26 41673 2932 -46991 15 A nn -0.0401 0.9644 2N 74W 88 12904m09s

Statistics for Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800 (1900 BCE to 1801 BCE)

During the 19th century BCE [2], Earth experienced 251 solar eclipses. The following table lists the number of eclipses of each type over this period.

Solar Eclipses: -1899 to -1800
Eclipse Type Symbol Number Percent
All Eclipses - 251100.0%
PartialP 91 36.3%
AnnularA 80 31.9%
TotalT 63 25.1%
HybridH 17 6.8%

Annular and total eclipses can be classified as either central or non-central as follows: 1) Central (two limits), 2) Central (one limit) or 3) Non-Central (one limit). The statistical distribution of these classes during the 19th century BCE appears in the following three tables (no Hybrids are included since all are central with two limits).

Annular and Total Eclipses
Classification Number Percent
All 143100.0%
Central (two limits) 142 99.3%
Central (one limit) 0 0.0%
Non-Central (one limit) 1 0.7%
Annular Eclipses
Classification Number Percent
All Annular Eclipses 80100.0%
Central (two limits) 80100.0%
Central (one limit) 0 0.0%
Non-Central (one limit) 0 0.0%
Total Eclipses
Classification Number Percent
All Total Eclipses 63100.0%
Central (two limits) 62 98.4%
Central (one limit) 0 0.0%
Non-Central (one limit) 1 1.6%

There are a minimum of two and a maximum of five solar eclipses in every calendar year. Statistics for the number of eclipses each year during the century are listed below.

Number of Eclipses Per Year:
-1899 to -1800
Number of Eclipses Per Year Number of Years
2 65
3 21
4 12
5 2

The years containing five solar eclipses are as follows: -1852, -1805.

There are two solar eclipses in the same same calendar month as follows: -1805 Jan.

The longest and shortest central eclipses of the century as well as largest and smallest partial eclipses appear in the following table.

Extreme Durations and Magnitudes of Eclipses: -1899 to -1800
Extrema Type Date Duration Magnitude
Longest Annular Solar Eclipse -1895 Oct 2808m57s -
Shortest Annular Solar Eclipse -1800 Apr 0300m02s -
Longest Total Solar Eclipse -1894 Apr 2306m45s -
Shortest Total Solar Eclipse -1889 Jan 2900m54s -
Longest Hybrid Solar Eclipse -1851 Jun 2501m34s -
Shortest Hybrid Solar Eclipse -1848 Apr 2400m20s -
Largest Partial Solar Eclipse -1867 May 24 - 0.98400
Smallest Partial Solar Eclipse -1805 Jan 31 - 0.00778

During the century, 3 Saros series begin and 1 Saros series end. The table below gives the Saros series, number of eclipses in the series, the calendar date and whether it is the first or last eclipse in the series.

Begin and End of Saros Series: -1899 to -1800
Saros Series Number of Eclipses Date First/Last
29 73 -1881 Mar 01First
-11 72 -1867 Apr 24Last
36 73 -1859 Jun 23First
31 74 -1805 Jan 31First

Footnotes

[2] The terms BCE and CE are abbreviations for "Before Common Era" and "Common Era," respectively. They are the secular equivalents to the BC and AD dating conventions. (See: Year Dating Conventions)

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Calendar

The Gregorian calendar (also called the Western calendar) is internationally the most widely used civil calendar. It is named for Pope Gregory XIII, who introduced it in 1582. On this website, the Gregorian calendar is used for all calendar dates from 1582 Oct 15 onwards. Before that date, the Julian calendar is used. For more information on this topic, see Calendar Dates.

The Julian calendar does not include the year 0. Thus the year 1 BCE is followed by the year 1 CE (See: BCE/CE Dating Conventions). This is awkward for arithmetic calculations. Years in this catalog are numbered astronomically and include the year 0. Historians should note there is a difference of one year between astronomical dates and BCE dates. Thus, the astronomical year 0 corresponds to 1 BCE, and astronomical year -1 corresponds to 2 BCE, etc..

Eclipse Predictions

The eclipse predictions presented here were generated using the JPL DE406 solar and lunar ephemerides. The lunar coordinates have been calculated with respect to the Moon's Center of Mass.

The largest uncertainty in the eclipse predictions is caused by fluctuations in Earth's rotation due primarily to tidal friction of the Moon. The resultant drift in apparent clock time is expressed as ΔT and is determined as follows:

  1. pre-1950's: ΔT calculated from empirical fits to historical records derived by Morrison and Stephenson (2004)
  2. 1955-present: ΔT obtained from published observations
  3. future: ΔT is extrapolated from current values weighted by the long term trend from tidal effects

A series of polynomial expressions have been derived to simplify the evaluation of ΔT for any time from -2999 to +3000. The uncertainty in ΔT over this period can be estimated from scatter in the measurements.

Acknowledgments

Some of the content on this web site is based on the book Thousand Year Canon of Solar Eclipses 1501 to 2500. All eclipse calculations are by Fred Espenak, and he assumes full responsibility for their accuracy.

Permission is granted to reproduce eclipse data when accompanied by a link to this page and an acknowledgment:

"Eclipse Predictions by Fred Espenak, www.EclipseWise.com"

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