Path of the Annular Solar Eclipse of 1891 Jun 06

Fred Espenak


The following table delineates the path of the Moon's antumbral shadow during the Annular Solar Eclipse of 1891 Jun 06 . The geographic coordinates (WGS 84) of the northern and southern limits and the central line are listed at 120-second intervals. This provides adequate detail for making plots of the path on larger scale maps. Local circumstances on the central line include the ratio of the apparent diameters of the Moon to the Sun, the Sun's altitude and azimuth (degrees), the path width (kilometers) and the duration on the central line (minutes and seconds). See the Explanation of the Central Eclipse Path Table for a description of each column in the table.

The geographic visibility of the eclipse is shown on a global map on the Prime Page for the Eclipse which also includes complete details on the eclipse. The path of the eclipse is displayed in greater detail on an interactive Google Map .

Annular Solar Eclipse of 1891 Jun 06
UT1 Northern Limit Southern Limit Central Line M:S Sun Sun Path Central
Latitude Longitude Latitude Longitude Latitude Longitude Ratio Alt. Azm. Width Duration
Limits57°53.7'N169°29.9'E57°21.0'N170°55.6'E57°37.1'N170°13.7'E 0.995 - 103 km 00m16.0s
15:5460°07.7'N172°53.3'E61°24.0'N175°49.0'E60°53.5'N174°35.9'E 0.996 48° 82 km 00m12.8s
15:5662°45.2'N175°16.0'E63°23.2'N176°58.8'E63°05.9'N176°11.0'E 0.997 50° 68 km 00m11.0s
15:5864°35.0'N176°04.5'E65°01.4'N177°23.6'E64°49.1'N176°46.0'E 0.997 51° 59 km 00m09.8s
16:0066°07.8'N176°13.4'E66°28.2'N177°20.0'E66°18.5'N176°48.0'E 0.997 52° 52 km 00m08.9s
16:0267°30.4'N175°54.8'E67°47.4'N176°53.6'E67°39.3'N176°25.2'E 0.997 10° 52° 46 km 00m08.2s
16:0468°46.0'N175°13.0'E69°00.7'N176°06.5'E68°53.7'N175°40.5'E 0.998 10° 52° 42 km 00m07.6s
16:0669°55.9'N174°09.2'E70°09.2'N174°59.3'E70°02.8'N174°34.9'E 0.998 11° 52° 39 km 00m07.1s
16:0871°00.8'N172°43.5'E71°13.2'N173°31.3'E71°07.2'N173°08.0'E 0.998 11° 51° 36 km 00m06.8s
16:1072°01.1'N170°54.9'E72°13.0'N171°41.3'E72°07.2'N171°18.7'E 0.998 12° 50° 35 km 00m06.6s
16:1272°56.7'N168°42.0'E73°08.4'N169°27.7'E73°02.7'N169°05.4'E 0.998 12° 48° 33 km 00m06.4s
16:1473°47.3'N166°02.9'E73°59.3'N166°48.4'E73°53.5'N166°26.1'E 0.998 12° 47° 33 km 00m06.4s
16:1674°32.5'N162°55.7'E74°45.0'N163°41.5'E74°38.9'N163°19.1'E 0.998 12° 44° 33 km 00m06.4s
16:1875°11.5'N159°19.1'E75°24.9'N160°05.3'E75°18.4'N159°42.6'E 0.998 12° 41° 33 km 00m06.5s
16:2075°43.3'N155°12.4'E75°58.0'N155°58.8'E75°50.9'N155°36.1'E 0.998 12° 38° 34 km 00m06.7s
16:2276°06.7'N150°36.6'E76°23.2'N151°22.9'E76°15.2'N151°00.2'E 0.998 11° 34° 36 km 00m07.0s
16:2476°20.3'N145°34.9'E76°39.2'N146°20.2'E76°30.1'N145°58.0'E 0.998 11° 30° 38 km 00m07.3s
16:2676°22.5'N140°13.2'E76°44.4'N140°56.4'E76°33.9'N140°35.2'E 0.998 11° 26° 41 km 00m07.8s
16:2876°11.4'N134°39.9'E76°37.3'N135°19.6'E76°24.9'N135°00.2'E 0.997 10° 21° 44 km 00m08.4s
16:3075°44.8'N129°05.7'E76°16.2'N129°40.3'E76°01.2'N129°23.4'E 0.997 16° 49 km 00m09.1s
16:3274°59.5'N123°41.6'E75°38.7'N124°09.8'E75°20.1'N123°56.1'E 0.997 11° 55 km 00m10.0s
16:3473°49.4'N118°38.3'E74°41.5'N118°58.7'E74°17.2'N118°49.0'E 0.997 63 km 00m11.1s
16:3671°58.1'N114°05.5'E73°17.4'N114°16.8'E72°42.1'N114°11.7'E 0.996 74 km 00m12.6s
16:38 - - 71°04.2'N110°13.5'E69°48.1'N110°15.2'E 0.995 95 km 00m15.0s
Limits67°19.3'N110°44.9'E67°18.9'N108°11.4'E67°19.3'N109°26.9'E 0.994 - 111 km 00m17.0s

ΔT = -6.3 seconds

Greatest Eclipse and Greatest Duration
Event Time
Latitude Longitude Sun
Path Width Central
Greatest Eclipse16:15:36.216:15:42.574°32.7'N163°49.8'E 12.0° 44.6° 32.6 km00m06.38s
Greatest Duration16:38:23.916:38:30.267°19.3'N109°26.9'E 0.0° 359.5° 111.0 km00m17.02s

Explanation of Greatest Eclipse and Greatest Duration

Links for the Annular Solar Eclipse of 1891 Jun 06

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Eclipse Predictions

Predictions for the Annular Solar Eclipse of 1891 Jun 06 were generated using the JPL DE406 solar and lunar ephemerides. The lunar coordinates were calculated with respect to the Moon's Center of Mass. Although the predictions are first calculated in Terrestrial Dynamical Time (TD), they are then converted to Universal Time (UT1) as presented here. The parameter ΔT is used to convert between the two times (i.e., UT1 = TD - ΔT). ΔT has a value of -6.3 seconds for this eclipse. The uncertainty in ΔT is 0.2 seconds corresponding to a standard error in longitude of the eclipse path of ± 0.00°.


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