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What does the universe have in store for us?

TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE of April 8, 2024

The next observable total solar eclipse will occur on April 8, 2024. It will be an incredible opportunity to witness this natural celestial phenomenon. You’ll need to do a little planning to avoid missing out!

Depending on your location, the eclipse will take place between 2:14 p.m. and 4:40 p.m., reaching totality around 3:25 p.m. or 3:30 p.m.

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The key to successfully observing an eclipse is choosing the right viewing location. If possible, plan to watch from a location along the path of totality, where the Sun will be entirely covered by the Moon. Those outside the path of the total solar eclipse will simply not have the full experience.

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Keep your eyes open

Luckily, when it comes to eclipses, we really can predict the future…

October 14, 2023

If you happen to be visiting the American Southwest, the Yucatán Peninsula or Colombia on October 14, 2023, you’ll be able to admire the ring of fire associated with an annular solar eclipse! In Quebec, this eclipse will be partial and not that impressive, just like the lunar eclipse expected on October 28.

April 8, 2024

Of course, the total solar eclipse of April 8, 2024, is the reason behind this website and the joint efforts of various stakeholders in Quebec’s astronomical community. Don’t miss this opportunity: the next total solar eclipse visible from Quebec won’t be until 2106!


The next partial eclipses will happen in 2025: a lunar eclipse on March 14 and a solar eclipse on March 29.

date – type

  • June 30, 1954—Total Solar
  • July 20, 1963—Total Solar
  • July 10, 1972—Total Solar
  • August 21, 2017—Partial Solar
  • October 14, 2023—Partial Solar
  • April 8, 2024—Total Solar
  • September 17–18, 2024—Partial Lunar
  • March 13–14, 2025—Total Lunar
  • March 29, 2025—Partial Solar
  • March 2–3, 2026—Total Lunar
  • August 12, 2026—Partial Solar

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