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List of solar eclipses seen from the Philippines

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List of solar eclipses seen from the Philippines

Lists of solar eclipses
Diagram of a solar eclipse (not to scale)
Geometry of a total solar eclipse
(not to scale)
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Eclipses seen from
China · Philippines · United Kingdom · United States
See also Lists of lunar eclipses

This list of solar eclipses seen from the Philippines enumerates the solar eclipse that have been and will be seen in the Philippines.

19th Century and before

20th Century

2000 to present

Future Solar Eclipses

This shows the animated path of the April 20, 2042 Solar Eclipse that will be seen significantly in the Philippines
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