Six Millennium Catalog of Solar Eclipses

-2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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 -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
-2099-May-0821:21:04 48858 4156 -50694 14 T p- -0.6737 1.0484 30S 74E 47 21604m16s
-2099-Nov-0213:26:29 48846 4154 -50688 19 P t- 1.1107 0.7654 71N 118W 0
-2098-Mar-3007:07:24 48836 4152 -50683 -14 P -t 1.1188 0.7921 72N 159W 0
-2098-Apr-2813:50:20 48834 4152 -50682 24 P t- -1.3815 0.2830 71S 117W 0
-2098-Sep-2218:17:07 48824 4150 -50677 -9 P -t -1.2452 0.5424 71S 42E 0
-2097-Mar-1922:19:40 48812 4148 -50671 -4 T -p 0.4069 1.0286 15N 45E 66 10502m48s
-2097-Sep-1200:34:32 48800 4146 -50665 1 A -p -0.4875 0.9953 17S 8E 61 1900m30s
-2096-Mar-0807:23:12 48787 4144 -50659 6 A n- -0.3629 0.9709 32S 77W 69 11203m04s
-2096-Aug-3113:46:40 48775 4142 -50653 11 T n- 0.2346 1.0480 29N 179W 76 16404m11s
-2095-Feb-2509:22:49 48763 4140 -50647 16 P t- -1.1261 0.7437 70S 27E 0
-2095-Aug-2106:04:38 48751 4137 -50641 21 T p- 0.9246 1.0469 80N 0E 22 41802m35s
-2094-Jan-1518:19:22 48741 4136 -50636 -12 P -t 1.0814 0.8278 66N 116E 0
-2094-Jul-1209:54:51 48729 4134 -50630 -7 P -t -1.0037 0.9808 65S 114W 0
-2093-Jan-0503:23:32 48717 4131 -50624 -2 H -n 0.3245 1.0150 5S 24W 71 5401m36s
-2093-Jul-0115:25:39 48705 4129 -50618 3 A np -0.2657 0.9559 8N 152E 75 16705m48s
-2093-Dec-2517:58:09 48693 4127 -50612 8 T n- -0.3680 1.0479 45S 108E 68 17103m43s
-2092-Jun-1916:01:53 48681 4125 -50606 13 A p- 0.4935 0.9467 51N 128E 60 22605m11s
-2092-Dec-1409:40:04 48669 4123 -50600 18 P t- -1.0465 0.9169 63S 94E 0
-2091-May-1007:55:21 48659 4121 -50595 -15 P -t -1.4586 0.1566 61S 30W 0
-2091-Jun-0818:56:02 48657 4121 -50594 23 P t- 1.2294 0.5727 63N 39W 0
-2091-Nov-0406:26:12 48647 4119 -50589 -10 P -t 1.0909 0.8082 61N 4W 0
-2090-Apr-2921:13:32 48635 4117 -50583 -5 T -p -0.6449 1.0609 27S 84E 50 25704m51s
-2090-Oct-2407:53:19 48622 4115 -50577 0 A -p 0.4318 0.9175 17N 84W 64 34209m31s
-2089-Apr-1914:16:42 48610 4113 -50571 5 T nn 0.1045 1.0802 9N 166E 84 26006m23s
-2089-Oct-1307:03:28 48598 4110 -50565 10 A n- -0.2505 0.9294 14S 92W 75 27207m51s
-2088-Apr-0806:26:53 48586 4108 -50559 15 T p- 0.8692 1.0370 49N 114W 29 24602m33s
-2088-Oct-0111:24:30 48574 4106 -50553 20 A t- -0.9281 0.9688 52S 164E 21 29502m23s
-2087-Feb-2703:49:55 48564 4104 -50548 -13 P -t -1.0938 0.8047 61S 89E 0
-2087-Aug-2213:16:49 48552 4102 -50542 -8 P -t 1.0881 0.8472 62N 48W 0
-2086-Feb-1604:29:35 48540 4100 -50536 -3 A -p -0.3774 0.9336 39S 30W 68 26607m00s

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
-2086-Aug-1205:41:15 48528 4098 -50530 2 T -n 0.3971 1.0524 43N 53W 66 18904m01s
-2085-Feb-0505:40:08 48516 4096 -50524 7 A p- 0.3539 0.9568 1S 64W 69 16805m19s
-2085-Aug-0119:11:54 48504 4094 -50518 12 H n- -0.3409 1.0077 3N 89E 70 2800m50s
-2084-Jan-2513:20:56 48492 4092 -50512 17 P t- 1.0509 0.8985 64N 154E 0
-2084-Jul-2102:03:56 48480 4090 -50506 22 P t- -1.1324 0.7386 65S 33W 0
-2084-Dec-1517:14:04 48470 4088 -50501 -11 T -t -0.9696 1.0348 81S 32W 13 50701m46s
-2083-Jun-1011:52:04 48458 4086 -50495 -6 A -t 0.9774 0.9437 79N 58E 11 106103m32s
-2083-Dec-0508:18:55 48445 4084 -50489 -1 T -n -0.3146 1.0202 38S 107W 71 7301m46s
-2082-May-3016:34:53 48433 4081 -50483 4 Hm nn 0.1757 1.0003 28N 128E 80 100m02s
-2082-Nov-2418:36:17 48421 4079 -50477 9 A n- 0.3905 0.9641 6N 105E 67 14104m20s
-2081-May-2004:33:26 48409 4077 -50471 14 T p- -0.5958 1.0526 21S 40W 53 21604m53s
-2081-Nov-1321:31:06 48397 4075 -50465 19 P t- 1.1104 0.7656 70N 105E 0
-2080-Apr-0914:38:25 48387 4073 -50460 -14 P -t 1.1859 0.6625 72N 72E 0
-2080-May-0821:14:18 48385 4073 -50459 24 P t- -1.3099 0.4223 71S 116E 0
-2080-Oct-0302:13:33 48375 4071 -50454 -9 P -t -1.2558 0.5243 72S 93W 0
-2079-Mar-3005:39:51 48363 4069 -50448 -4 T -p 0.4733 1.0269 23N 70W 62 10302m33s
-2079-Sep-2208:49:10 48351 4067 -50442 1 A -p -0.5024 0.9955 22S 120W 60 1800m27s
-2078-Mar-1914:21:03 48339 4065 -50436 6 A nn -0.2981 0.9710 24S 175E 73 10903m12s
-2078-Sep-1122:09:55 48327 4063 -50430 11 T n- 0.2117 1.0467 23N 53E 78 15904m08s
-2077-Mar-0816:10:35 48315 4061 -50424 16 P t- -1.0650 0.8478 71S 90W 0
-2077-Sep-0114:20:21 48303 4058 -50418 21 T p- 0.8964 1.0437 74N 146W 26 33202m34s
-2076-Jan-2702:04:55 48293 4057 -50413 -12 P -t 1.1063 0.7861 67N 13W 0
-2076-Jul-2217:10:23 48281 4055 -50407 -7 P -t -1.0657 0.8666 66S 125E 0
-2075-Jan-1511:42:58 48269 4052 -50401 -2 T -n 0.3414 1.0207 4S 151W 70 7502m12s
-2075-Jul-1122:05:41 48257 4050 -50395 3 A -p -0.3396 0.9511 4N 50E 70 19006m41s
-2074-Jan-0502:36:41 48245 4048 -50389 8 T n- -0.3561 1.0512 45S 19W 69 18204m00s
-2074-Jun-3022:30:15 48233 4046 -50383 13 A p- 0.4131 0.9462 48N 35E 65 21805m31s
-2074-Dec-2518:20:29 48221 4044 -50377 18 P t- -1.0418 0.9255 64S 47W 0
-2073-May-2114:49:33 48211 4042 -50372 -15 Pe -t -1.5308 0.0231 62S 145W 0
-2073-Jun-2001:42:21 48209 4042 -50371 23 P t- 1.1489 0.7158 64N 152W 0

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
-2073-Nov-1514:45:57 48199 4040 -50366 -10 P -t 1.0937 0.8024 61N 140W 0
-2072-May-1004:31:58 48187 4038 -50360 -5 T -p -0.7182 1.0626 29S 27W 44 28905m00s
-2072-Nov-0315:52:37 48175 4036 -50354 0 A -p 0.4371 0.9160 13N 153E 64 35010m04s
-2071-Apr-2921:42:27 48163 4034 -50348 5 Tm nn 0.0311 1.0807 10N 53E 88 26006m30s
-2071-Oct-2315:05:59 48151 4032 -50342 10 A n- -0.2434 0.9298 18S 146E 76 27007m42s
-2070-Apr-1913:41:59 48139 4030 -50336 15 T p- 0.7995 1.0372 48N 140E 37 20402m37s
-2070-Oct-1219:45:56 48127 4028 -50330 20 A t- -0.9177 0.9703 54S 33E 23 26302m11s
-2069-Mar-1010:48:33 48117 4026 -50325 -13 P -t -1.1567 0.6963 61S 27W 0
-2069-Sep-0221:34:45 48105 4024 -50319 -8 P -t 1.1151 0.7952 62N 176E 0
-2068-Feb-2711:25:25 48093 4022 -50313 -3 A -p -0.4338 0.9366 38S 133W 64 26006m30s
-2068-Aug-2213:47:14 48081 4019 -50307 2 T -p 0.4335 1.0468 41N 173W 64 17203m34s
-2067-Feb-1513:02:37 48069 4017 -50301 7 A p- 0.3090 0.9629 1S 177W 72 14004m20s
-2067-Aug-1202:48:48 48057 4015 -50295 12 H n- -0.2963 1.0013 4N 27W 73 500m08s
-2066-Feb-0421:18:23 48045 4013 -50289 17 P t- 1.0161 0.9647 63N 23E 0
-2066-Aug-0109:05:18 48033 4011 -50283 22 P t- -1.0777 0.8313 64S 149W 0
-2066-Dec-2701:57:22 48023 4009 -50278 -11 T -t -0.9777 1.0361 78S 169E 11 62501m47s
-2065-Jun-2118:20:16 48011 4007 -50272 -6 P -t 1.0565 0.8683 67N 70W 0
-2065-Dec-1617:00:16 47999 4005 -50266 -1 T -n -0.3182 1.0192 41S 123E 71 6901m41s
-2064-Jun-0923:26:10 47987 4003 -50260 4 H nn 0.2539 1.0025 35N 23E 75 900m15s
-2064-Dec-0502:59:56 47974 4001 -50254 9 A n- 0.3911 0.9622 3N 23W 67 14904m42s
-2063-May-3011:47:43 47963 3999 -50248 14 T p- -0.5185 1.0559 13S 154W 59 21505m24s
-2063-Nov-2405:35:56 47951 3997 -50242 19 P t- 1.1108 0.7648 70N 31W 0
-2062-Apr-2022:03:38 47941 3995 -50237 -14 P -t 1.2574 0.5244 71N 55W 0
-2062-May-2004:36:23 47939 3995 -50236 24 P t- -1.2368 0.5649 70S 9W 0
-2062-Oct-1410:18:22 47929 3993 -50231 -9 P -t -1.2603 0.5167 72S 130E 0
-2061-Apr-1012:53:00 47917 3991 -50225 -4 T -p 0.5447 1.0245 32N 176E 57 9902m13s
-2061-Oct-0317:11:32 47905 3989 -50219 1 A -p -0.5117 0.9962 26S 111E 59 1500m22s
-2060-Mar-2921:11:59 47893 3987 -50213 6 A nn -0.2285 0.9707 16S 68E 77 10803m22s
-2060-Sep-2206:40:47 47881 3984 -50207 11 T n- 0.1949 1.0455 18N 77W 79 15404m04s
-2059-Mar-1822:51:19 47869 3982 -50201 16 A- t- -0.9981 0.9623 71S 154E 0

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
-2059-Sep-1122:42:57 47857 3980 -50195 21 T p- 0.8744 1.0400 67N 77E 29 27802m29s
-2058-Feb-0609:43:20 47847 3978 -50190 -12 P -t 1.1378 0.7327 68N 141W 0
-2058-Aug-0300:32:22 47835 3976 -50184 -7 P -t -1.1209 0.7659 68S 2E 0
-2057-Jan-2619:53:19 47823 3974 -50178 -2 T -n 0.3663 1.0265 1S 84E 69 9702m47s
-2057-Jul-2304:54:06 47811 3972 -50172 3 A -p -0.4056 0.9462 0S 54W 66 21707m31s
-2056-Jan-1611:06:56 47799 3970 -50166 8 T n- -0.3376 1.0548 44S 145W 70 19204m20s
-2056-Jul-1105:07:01 47787 3968 -50160 13 A p- 0.3392 0.9454 44N 62W 70 21405m54s
-2055-Jan-0502:53:37 47775 3966 -50154 18 P t- -1.0320 0.9438 65S 173E 0
-2055-Jun-3008:35:49 47763 3964 -50148 23 P t- 1.0731 0.8509 64N 93E 0
-2055-Nov-2523:04:16 47753 3962 -50143 -10 P -t 1.0972 0.7958 62N 85E 0
-2054-May-2111:48:59 47741 3960 -50137 -5 T -p -0.7931 1.0631 33S 138W 37 33305m01s
-2054-Nov-1423:54:37 47729 3958 -50131 0 A -p 0.4400 0.9153 10N 29E 64 35410m34s
-2053-May-1105:04:58 47717 3956 -50125 5 T nn -0.0448 1.0802 10N 58W 87 25906m35s
-2053-Nov-0323:13:38 47705 3954 -50119 10 A n- -0.2399 0.9309 22S 22E 76 26607m32s
-2052-Apr-2920:52:34 47693 3952 -50113 15 T p- 0.7268 1.0363 47N 34E 43 17502m37s
-2052-Oct-2304:14:09 47681 3950 -50107 20 A t- -0.9122 0.9721 57S 100W 24 24101m59s
-2051-Mar-2017:38:09 47671 3948 -50102 -13 P -t -1.2260 0.5768 61S 140W 0
-2051-Sep-1306:00:19 47659 3946 -50096 -8 P -t 1.1363 0.7545 61N 39E 0
-2051-Oct-1216:20:31 47657 3945 -50095 30 Pb t- -1.5297 0.0177 61S 41E 0
-2050-Mar-0918:13:30 47647 3944 -50090 -3 A -p -0.4966 0.9396 37S 126E 60 25506m04s
-2050-Sep-0222:00:14 47635 3942 -50084 2 T -p 0.4637 1.0412 39N 64E 62 15503m08s
-2049-Feb-2620:17:29 47623 3939 -50078 7 A n- 0.2567 0.9692 1S 73E 75 11403m27s
-2049-Aug-2310:33:09 47611 3937 -50072 12 A n- -0.2585 0.9949 4N 145W 75 1900m32s
-2048-Feb-1605:09:45 47599 3935 -50066 17 T t- 0.9751 1.0081 53N 90W 12 13000m37s
-2048-Aug-1116:13:34 47588 3933 -50060 22 P t- -1.0288 0.9131 63S 92E 0
-2047-Jan-0610:35:01 47578 3931 -50055 -11 Ts -t -0.9907 1.0368 72S 24E 7 - 01m45s
-2047-Jul-0200:55:30 47566 3929 -50049 -6 P -t 1.1303 0.7411 66N 179E 0
-2047-Dec-2701:35:00 47554 3927 -50043 -1 T -n -0.3266 1.0186 43S 4W 71 6701m37s
-2046-Jun-2106:23:18 47542 3925 -50037 4 H -n 0.3282 1.0041 42N 82W 71 1500m23s
-2046-Dec-1611:17:43 47530 3923 -50031 9 A n- 0.3875 0.9609 1N 150W 67 15404m57s

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
-2045-Jun-1019:06:39 47518 3921 -50025 14 T p- -0.4443 1.0583 6S 92E 64 21405m44s
-2045-Dec-0513:36:21 47506 3919 -50019 19 P t- 1.1076 0.7701 69N 165W 0
-2044-May-0105:26:22 47496 3917 -50014 -14 P -t 1.3306 0.3830 71N 179E 0
-2044-May-3012:00:53 47494 3917 -50013 24 P t- -1.1652 0.7041 69S 134W 0
-2044-Oct-2418:29:15 47484 3915 -50008 -9 P -t -1.2608 0.5158 71S 9W 0
-2043-Apr-2019:59:15 47472 3913 -50002 -4 T -p 0.6209 1.0214 41N 64E 51 9301m49s
-2043-Oct-1401:41:49 47460 3911 -49996 1 A -p -0.5153 0.9972 31S 20W 59 1100m16s
-2042-Apr-1003:53:29 47448 3909 -49990 6 A nn -0.1515 0.9700 8S 37W 81 10903m33s
-2042-Oct-0315:19:58 47436 3907 -49984 11 T n- 0.1847 1.0445 13N 151E 79 15104m01s
-2041-Mar-3005:22:40 47424 3905 -49978 16 A t- -0.9232 0.9360 65S 19W 22 62305m14s
-2041-Sep-2307:14:08 47412 3903 -49972 21 T p- 0.8598 1.0363 62N 58W 30 23902m23s
-2040-Feb-1717:14:47 47403 3901 -49967 -12 P -t 1.1755 0.6675 69N 92E 0
-2040-Aug-1308:00:50 47391 3899 -49961 -7 P -t -1.1697 0.6777 69S 123W 0
-2039-Feb-0603:58:18 47379 3897 -49955 -2 T -n 0.3965 1.0324 3N 40W 67 11903m20s
-2039-Aug-0211:48:53 47367 3895 -49949 3 A -p -0.4656 0.9412 6S 161W 62 24608m14s
-2038-Jan-2619:30:32 47355 3893 -49943 8 T n- -0.3131 1.0585 41S 90E 72 20304m42s
-2038-Jul-2211:51:38 47343 3891 -49937 13 A pn 0.2710 0.9442 39N 162W 74 21406m20s
-2037-Jan-1611:19:51 47331 3888 -49931 18 P t- -1.0170 0.9720 66S 34E 0
-2037-Jul-1115:38:20 47319 3886 -49925 23 A+ t- 1.0031 0.9757 65N 25W 0
-2037-Dec-0707:18:32 47309 3885 -49920 -10 P -t 1.1033 0.7849 63N 49W 0
-2036-May-3119:10:17 47297 3883 -49914 -5 T -p -0.8651 1.0625 38S 110E 30 40304m54s
-2036-Nov-2507:55:36 47285 3881 -49908 0 A -p 0.4435 0.9152 7N 94W 64 35611m02s
-2035-May-2112:27:13 47274 3878 -49902 5 T nn -0.1209 1.0788 9N 169W 83 25606m39s
-2035-Nov-1407:23:28 47262 3876 -49896 10 A n- -0.2375 0.9326 26S 102W 76 25907m19s
-2034-May-1103:59:41 47250 3874 -49890 15 T p- 0.6519 1.0345 47N 70W 49 15202m32s
-2034-Nov-0312:46:00 47238 3872 -49884 20 A p- -0.9087 0.9744 60S 126E 24 21701m45s
-2033-Apr-0100:18:10 47228 3870 -49879 -13 P -t -1.3022 0.4454 60S 110E 0
-2033-Apr-3013:34:05 47226 3870 -49878 25 Pb t- 1.4816 0.1264 61N 67E 0
-2033-Sep-2414:34:28 47216 3868 -49873 -8 P -t 1.1510 0.7261 61N 100W 0
-2033-Oct-2401:06:48 47214 3868 -49872 30 P t- -1.5239 0.0283 61S 101W 0

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
-2032-Mar-2000:53:26 47204 3866 -49867 -3 A -p -0.5666 0.9422 37S 27E 55 25505m42s
-2032-Sep-1306:20:41 47192 3864 -49861 2 T -p 0.4875 1.0357 36N 62W 61 13602m45s
-2031-Mar-0903:25:19 47180 3862 -49855 7 A nn 0.1973 0.9754 1S 35W 79 8902m38s
-2031-Sep-0218:25:21 47168 3860 -49849 12 A nn -0.2279 0.9885 2N 96E 77 4201m11s
-2030-Feb-2612:51:51 47157 3858 -49843 17 T t- 0.9256 1.0174 46N 155E 22 15501m21s
-2030-Aug-2223:30:47 47145 3856 -49837 22 As t- -0.9876 0.9309 56S 17W 8 - 06m04s
-2029-Jan-1719:04:58 47135 3854 -49832 -11 P -t -1.0103 0.9937 64S 111W 0
-2029-Jul-1307:39:07 47123 3852 -49826 -6 P -t 1.1977 0.6251 65N 65E 0
-2028-Jan-0710:02:51 47111 3850 -49820 -1 T -n -0.3404 1.0183 44S 130W 70 6701m34s
-2028-Jul-0113:28:00 47099 3848 -49814 4 H -p 0.3973 1.0052 47N 173E 66 2000m28s
-2028-Dec-2619:30:35 47087 3846 -49808 9 A n- 0.3807 0.9601 1S 84E 68 15705m06s
-2027-Jun-2102:28:37 47075 3844 -49802 14 T p- -0.3719 1.0599 1N 22W 68 21205m55s
-2027-Dec-1521:34:17 47063 3842 -49796 19 P t- 1.1025 0.7787 68N 62E 0
-2026-May-1212:46:05 47054 3840 -49791 -14 P -t 1.4060 0.2379 70N 54E 0
-2026-Jun-1019:26:25 47052 3840 -49790 24 P t- -1.0944 0.8415 68S 101E 0
-2026-Nov-0502:44:36 47042 3838 -49785 -9 P -t -1.2584 0.5200 71S 149W 0
-2025-May-0203:01:08 47030 3836 -49779 -4 T -p 0.6996 1.0174 51N 49W 45 8301m23s
-2025-Oct-2510:17:25 47018 3834 -49773 1 A -p -0.5155 0.9988 36S 151W 59 500m07s
-2024-Apr-2010:30:23 47006 3832 -49767 6 Am nn -0.0718 0.9690 1N 140W 86 11203m45s
-2024-Oct-1400:03:37 46994 3830 -49761 11 T n- 0.1781 1.0438 8N 17E 80 14804m00s
-2023-Apr-0911:49:46 46982 3828 -49755 16 A p- -0.8444 0.9402 53S 134W 32 41005m34s
-2023-Oct-0315:51:05 46970 3826 -49749 21 T p- 0.8506 1.0326 57N 166E 31 20902m15s
-2022-Feb-2800:37:49 46960 3824 -49744 -12 P -t 1.2207 0.5879 70N 33W 0
-2022-Aug-2415:37:25 46949 3822 -49738 -7 P -t -1.2108 0.6043 70S 108E 0
-2021-Feb-1711:54:10 46937 3820 -49732 -2 T -n 0.4350 1.0382 8N 163W 64 14203m49s
-2021-Aug-1318:53:27 46925 3818 -49726 3 A -p -0.5171 0.9364 11S 89E 59 27608m46s
-2020-Feb-0703:44:53 46913 3816 -49720 8 T n- -0.2811 1.0621 37S 33W 73 21305m05s
-2020-Aug-0118:47:24 46901 3814 -49714 13 A nn 0.2115 0.9430 35N 95E 78 21606m45s
-2019-Jan-2619:36:47 46889 3812 -49708 18 Ts t- -0.9952 1.0195 71S 105W 4 - 00m57s
-2019-Jul-2122:49:07 46878 3810 -49702 23 A t- 0.9387 0.9781 86N 132W 20 23301m20s

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
-2019-Dec-1715:28:25 46868 3808 -49697 -10 P -t 1.1121 0.7697 64N 177E 0
-2018-Jun-1202:33:11 46856 3806 -49691 -5 T -t -0.9359 1.0603 46S 2W 20 56204m31s
-2018-Dec-0615:54:17 46844 3804 -49685 0 A -p 0.4487 0.9160 5N 144E 63 35511m23s
-2017-Jun-0119:49:17 46832 3802 -49679 5 T -n -0.1966 1.0764 8N 79E 79 25206m40s
-2017-Nov-2515:34:58 46820 3800 -49673 10 A n- -0.2362 0.9350 30S 134E 76 24907m03s
-2016-May-2111:04:24 46808 3798 -49667 15 T p- 0.5758 1.0319 47N 173W 55 13102m25s
-2016-Nov-1321:20:55 46797 3796 -49661 20 A p- -0.9070 0.9771 64S 9W 25 19301m30s
-2015-Apr-1106:51:47 46787 3794 -49656 -13 P -t -1.3824 0.3070 60S 1E 0
-2015-May-1020:10:16 46785 3794 -49655 25 P t- 1.4042 0.2639 61N 42W 0
-2015-Oct-0423:15:09 46775 3792 -49650 -8 P -t 1.1608 0.7073 61N 119E 0
-2015-Nov-0309:57:02 46773 3792 -49649 30 P t- -1.5209 0.0334 61S 116E 0
-2014-Mar-3107:26:07 46763 3790 -49644 -3 A -p -0.6425 0.9446 37S 71W 50 26005m24s
-2014-Sep-2414:48:13 46751 3788 -49638 2 T -p 0.5050 1.0305 33N 170E 59 11802m24s
-2013-Mar-2010:27:40 46739 3786 -49632 7 A nn 0.1324 0.9815 1S 142W 82 6601m55s
-2013-Sep-1402:24:10 46727 3784 -49626 12 A nn -0.2037 0.9824 0N 26W 78 6401m48s
-2012-Mar-0820:29:02 46716 3782 -49620 17 T t- 0.8711 1.0256 42N 40E 29 17302m00s
-2012-Sep-0206:56:16 46704 3780 -49614 22 A p- -0.9534 0.9283 50S 127W 17 88106m37s
-2011-Jan-2803:27:38 46694 3778 -49609 -11 P -t -1.0361 0.9460 64S 112E 0
-2011-Jul-2314:31:16 46682 3776 -49603 -6 P -t 1.2586 0.5203 64N 49W 0
-2010-Jan-1718:22:18 46670 3774 -49597 -1 T -n -0.3606 1.0182 44S 108E 69 6701m32s
-2010-Jul-1220:41:22 46658 3772 -49591 4 H -p 0.4605 1.0057 51N 67E 62 2200m29s
-2009-Jan-0703:33:16 46647 3770 -49585 9 A n- 0.3659 0.9598 3S 39W 69 15705m08s
-2009-Jul-0209:58:14 46635 3768 -49579 14 T n- -0.3051 1.0606 6N 138W 72 20905m57s
-2009-Dec-2705:24:54 46623 3766 -49573 19 P t- 1.0913 0.7978 67N 68W 0
-2008-May-2220:05:19 46613 3764 -49568 -14 Pe -t 1.4811 0.0939 70N 71W 0
-2008-Jun-2102:55:53 46611 3764 -49567 24 P t- -1.0268 0.9720 67S 25W 0
-2008-Nov-1511:01:59 46601 3762 -49562 -9 P -t -1.2551 0.5257 70S 72E 0
-2007-May-1209:59:00 46589 3760 -49556 -4 T -p 0.7808 1.0126 61N 162W 38 6900m55s
-2007-Nov-0418:57:31 46578 3758 -49550 1 H -p -0.5126 1.0009 40S 77E 59 400m05s
-2006-May-0116:59:49 46566 3756 -49544 6 A nn 0.0134 0.9673 10N 118E 89 11803m58s

Catalog of Solar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
-2006-Oct-2508:53:45 46554 3754 -49538 11 T n- 0.1767 1.0434 4N 118W 80 14704m00s
-2005-Apr-2018:10:52 46542 3752 -49532 16 A p- -0.7604 0.9436 42S 120E 40 31605m53s
-2005-Oct-1500:33:49 46530 3750 -49526 21 T p- 0.8465 1.0292 52N 30E 32 18502m07s
-2004-Mar-1007:54:55 46520 3748 -49521 -12 P -t 1.2715 0.4975 71N 158W 0
-2004-Apr-0820:13:46 46519 3748 -49520 26 Pb t- -1.4844 0.1236 72S 161E 0
-2004-Sep-0323:21:54 46509 3746 -49515 -7 P -t -1.2446 0.5447 70S 22W 0
-2003-Feb-2719:43:58 46497 3744 -49509 -2 T -p 0.4792 1.0438 14N 76E 61 16604m13s
-2003-Aug-2402:05:29 46485 3742 -49503 3 A -p -0.5619 0.9316 16S 23W 56 30809m09s
-2002-Feb-1711:52:08 46473 3740 -49497 8 T n- -0.2429 1.0657 32S 156W 76 22205m29s
-2002-Aug-1301:52:34 46461 3738 -49491 13 A nn 0.1593 0.9416 29N 13W 81 21907m08s
-2001-Feb-0703:44:41 46450 3736 -49485 18 T p- -0.9667 1.0234 81S 92E 14 32701m15s
-2001-Aug-0206:10:47 46438 3734 -49479 23 A t- 0.8823 0.9806 84N 51W 28 14901m16s
-2001-Dec-2823:31:36 46428 3732 -49474 -10 P -t 1.1252 0.7472 65N 45E 0
-2000-Jun-2210:01:15 46416 3730 -49468 -5 T- -t -1.0028 1.0163 64S 108W 0
-2000-Dec-1623:48:15 46405 3728 -49462 0 A -p 0.4576 0.9172 4N 23E 63 35211m36s

Statistics for Solar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 BCE)

During the 21st century BCE [2], Earth experienced 225 solar eclipses. The following table lists the number of eclipses of each type over this period.

Solar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000
Eclipse Type Symbol Number Percent
All Eclipses - 225100.0%
PartialP 80 35.6%
AnnularA 67 29.8%
TotalT 69 30.7%
HybridH 9 4.0%

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 21st 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 136100.0%
Central (two limits) 130 95.6%
Central (one limit) 3 2.2%
Non-Central (one limit) 3 2.2%
Annular Eclipses
Classification Number Percent
All Annular Eclipses 67100.0%
Central (two limits) 64 95.5%
Central (one limit) 1 1.5%
Non-Central (one limit) 2 3.0%
Total Eclipses
Classification Number Percent
All Total Eclipses 69100.0%
Central (two limits) 66 95.7%
Central (one limit) 2 2.9%
Non-Central (one limit) 1 1.4%

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:
-2099 to -2000
Number of Eclipses Per Year Number of Years
2 77
3 21
4 2
5 0

There are two solar eclipses in the same same calendar month as follows: -2044 May, -2033 Apr.

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: -2099 to -2000
Extrema Type Date Duration Magnitude
Longest Annular Solar Eclipse -2000 Dec 1611m36s -
Shortest Annular Solar Eclipse -2025 Oct 2500m07s -
Longest Total Solar Eclipse -2017 Jun 0106m40s -
Shortest Total Solar Eclipse -2048 Feb 1600m37s -
Longest Hybrid Solar Eclipse -2093 Jan 0501m36s -
Shortest Hybrid Solar Eclipse -2082 May 3000m02s -
Largest Partial Solar Eclipse -2029 Jan 17 - 0.99375
Smallest Partial Solar Eclipse -2051 Oct 12 - 0.01770

During the century, 3 Saros series begin and 2 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: -2099 to -2000
Saros Series Number of Eclipses Date First/Last
-15 72 -2073 May 21Last
30 83 -2051 Oct 12First
25 71 -2033 Apr 30First
-14 72 -2008 May 22Last
26 72 -2004 Apr 08First

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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