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Solar Saros 144

Partial solar eclipse of September 22, 2006 (of Annular event) from São Paulo, Brazil, member 16, of Saros series 144

Saros cycle 144, repeating every 18 year, 11 days, containing 70 events.

Events

Saros Member Date Time
(Greatest)
UTC
Type Location
Lat,Long
Gamma Mag. Width
(km)
Duration
(min:sec)
Ref
144 1 April 11, 1736 7:18:07 Partial 71.5S 134.3E -1.5166 0.0748 [1]
144 2 April 22, 1754 14:25:57 Partial 71S 14E -1.4631 0.1669 [2]
144 3 May 2, 1772 21:26:41 Partial 70.2S 104.1W -1.4043 0.2683 [3]
144 4 May 14, 1790 4:17:21 Partial 69.4S 140.9E -1.3374 0.384 [4]
144 5 May 25, 1808 11:02:35 Partial 68.4S 27.8E -1.2665 0.5064 [5]
144 6 June 5, 1826 17:39:05 Partial 67.4S 82.5W -1.1887 0.6407 [6]
144 7 June 16, 1844 0:13:22 Partial 66.4S 168.3E -1.1092 0.7778 [7]
144 8 June 27, 1862 6:42:21 Partial 65.4S 60.8E -1.0252 0.9222 [8]
144 9 July 7, 1880 13:10:28 Annular 46.4S 33.4W -0.9406 0.9441 611 5m 47s [9]
144 10 July 18, 1898 19:36:54 Annular 35.7S 130.1W -0.8546 0.945 385 6m 11s [10]
144 11 July 30, 1916 2:06:10 Annular 29S 132.4E -0.7709 0.9447 313 6m 24s [11]
144 12 August 10, 1934 8:37:48 Annular 24.5S 34.6E -0.689 0.9436 280 6m 33s [12]
144 13 August 20, 1952 15:13:35 Annular 21.7S 64.1W -0.6102 0.942 264 6m 40s [13]
144 14 August 31, 1970 21:55:30 Annular 20.3S 164W -0.5364 0.94 258 6m 47s [14]
144 15 September 11, 1988 4:44:29 Annular 20S 94.4E -0.4681 0.9377 258 6m 57s [15]
144 16 September 22, 2006 11:41:16 Annular 20.6S 9.1W -0.4062 0.9352 261 7m 9s [16]
144 17 October 2, 2024 18:46:13 Annular 22S 114.5W -0.3509 0.9326 266 7m 25s [17]
144 18 October 14, 2042 2:00:42 Annular 23.7S 137.8E -0.303 0.93 273 7m 44s [18]
144 19 October 24, 2060 9:24:10 Annular 25.8S 28.1E -0.2625 0.9277 281 8m 6s [19]
144 20 November 4, 2078 16:55:44 Annular 27.8S 83.3W -0.2285 0.9255 287 8m 29s [20]
144 21 November 15, 2096 0:36:15 Annular 29.7S 163.3E -0.2018 0.9237 294 8m 53s [21]
144 22 November 27, 2114 8:24:15 Annular 31.3S 48.4E -0.1815 0.9223 298 9m 15s [22]
144 23 December 7, 2132 16:18:43 Annular 32.2S 67.9W -0.1661 0.9215 301 9m 33s [23]
144 24 December 19, 2150 0:17:02 Annular 32.3S 175E -0.1535 0.9211 302 9m 46s [24]
144 25 December 29, 2168 8:19:33 Annular 31.6S 56.7E -0.1444 0.9215 300 9m 52s [25]
144 26 January 9, 2187 16:23:41 Annular 30S 62.1W -0.1365 0.9224 296 9m 51s [26]
144 27 January 21, 2205 0:27:32 Annular 27.5S 178.6E -0.1281 0.9241 289 9m 42s [27]
144 28 February 1, 2223 8:29:43 Annular 24.1S 59.2E -0.118 0.9263 279 9m 26s [28]
144 29 February 11, 2241 16:28:39 Annular 19.9S 60W -0.1046 0.9292 267 9m 4s [29]
144 30 February 23, 2259 0:23:41 Annular 15S 178.8W -0.0875 0.9326 253 8m 36s [30]
144 31 March 5, 2277 8:11:55 Annular 9.5S 63.6E -0.0645 0.9366 236 8m 4s [31]
144 32 March 16, 2295 15:54:34 Annular 3.6S 53W -0.0362 0.9409 219 7m 29s [32]
144 33 March 27, 2313 23:29:31 Annular 2.6N 167.9W -0.0011 0.9456 200 6m 50s [33]
144 34 April 8, 2331 6:57:09 Annular 9.2N 79E 0.0408 0.9506 181 6m 7s [34]
144 35 April 18, 2349 14:16:52 Annular 16N 32.1W 0.0899 0.9557 162 5m 23s [35]
144 36 April 29, 2367 21:30:03 Annular 22.8N 141.2W 0.1451 0.9607 144 4m 38s [36]
144 37 May 10, 2385 4:36:49 Annular 29.5N 111.9E 0.2063 0.9657 126 3m 53s [37]
144 38 May 21, 2403 11:36:55 Annular 36.1N 7.4E 0.2737 0.9705 110 3m 10s [38]
144 39 May 31, 2421 18:32:59 Annular 42.4N 95W 0.3451 0.975 95 2m 32s [39]
144 40 June 12, 2439 1:25:22 Annular 48.2N 165.1E 0.4206 0.9791 82 1m 59s [40]
144 41 June 22, 2457 8:16:13 Annular 53.2N 67.4E 0.4979 0.9827 71 1m 32s [41]
144 42 July 3, 2475 15:05:22 Annular 57.3N 27.7W 0.5775 0.9858 62 1m 11s [42]
144 43 July 13, 2493 21:56:36 Annular 60.3N 121.4W 0.6562 0.9882 55 0m 56s [43]
144 44 July 26, 2511 4:49:26 Annular 62.1N 146.2E 0.7346 0.9899 52 0m 45s [44]
144 45 August 5, 2529 11:45:36 Annular 62.9N 53.9E 0.8109 0.991 54 0m 39s [45]
144 46 August 16, 2547 18:46:36 Annular 63N 38.6W 0.8841 0.991 67 0m 37s [46]
144 47 August 27, 2565 1:53:56 Annular 63N 129.3W 0.9527 0.99 117 0m 39s [47]
144 48 September 7, 2583 9:09:01 Partial 61.3N 150.8E 1.016 0.9596 [48]
144 49 September 18, 2601 16:30:38 Partial 61.1N 32.1E 1.0746 0.8541 [49]
144 50 September 30, 2619 0:02:28 Partial 61.2N 89.2W 1.1256 0.762 [50]
144 51 October 10, 2637 7:42:11 Partial 61.4N 147.6E 1.1709 0.6802 [51]
144 52 October 21, 2655 15:32:13 Partial 61.7N 21.7E 1.2084 0.6123 [52]
144 53 October 31, 2673 23:29:55 Partial 62.2N 106.2W 1.2404 0.5544 [53]
144 54 November 12, 2691 7:38:14 Partial 62.8N 123.2E 1.2646 0.5105 [54]
144 55 November 23, 2709 15:53:41 Partial 63.6N 9.5W 1.2837 0.4759 [55]
144 56 December 5, 2727 0:17:21 Partial 64.4N 144.5W 1.2968 0.4521 [56]
144 57 December 15, 2745 8:47:08 Partial 65.4N 78.7E 1.3057 0.4358 [57]
144 58 December 26, 2763 17:23:22 Partial 66.4N 60.1W 1.3098 0.4283 [58]
144 59 January 6, 2782 2:02:17 Partial 67.5N 159.9E 1.3126 0.4228 [59]
144 60 January 17, 2800 10:43:57 Partial 68.6N 18.7E 1.3141 0.42 [60]
144 61 January 27, 2818 19:25:58 Partial 69.6N 123.1W 1.3157 0.4167 [61]
144 62 February 8, 2836 4:08:21 Partial 70.5N 94.2E 1.3175 0.413 [62]
144 63 February 18, 2854 12:46:44 Partial 71.2N 48W 1.3232 0.4021 [63]
144 64 February 29, 2872 21:22:44 Partial 71.7N 169.8E 1.3315 0.3864 [64]
144 65 March 12, 2890 5:52:26 Partial 72N 28.9E 1.3454 0.36 [65]
144 66 March 23, 2908 14:18:02 Partial 72.1N 111.2W 1.3632 0.3262 [66]
144 67 April 3, 2926 22:34:55 Partial 71.9N 111E 1.3882 0.2785 [67]
144 68 April 14, 2944 6:47:04 Partial 71.4N 25.3W 1.4176 0.2219 [68]
144 69 April 25, 2962 14:50:32 Partial 70.8N 158.9W 1.4546 0.1507 [69]
144 70 May 5, 2980 22:48:34 Partial 70N 69.5E 1.4963 0.0697 [70]

References

  • http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEsaros/SEsaros144.html
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