Total Solar Eclipse Friday March 20, 2015 Faeroe Islands
A total solar eclipse will occur on Friday March 20, 2015 in the N. Atlantic, Faeroe Islands and Svalbard, with a maximum duration of totality of 02m47s. This will be the last total solar eclipse visible in Europe until the eclipse of August 12, 2026.
Total Solar Eclipse March 9th, 2016 Sumatra
The next is another total solar eclipse March 9th, 2016 with duration of 04m09s. This eclipse will be visible in Sumatra, Borneo and much of the Pacific Ocean. It will have a magnitude of 1.0450 that will be visible across an area of Pacific Ocean, beginning at Indonesia, and ending at northern Pacific Ocean. If viewed from east of the international date line, for instance from Hawaii, the eclipse will take place on March 8, (local time).
The Great American Total Solar Eclipse August 21, 2017
And finally, The Great American Eclipse. Total Solar Eclipse August 21, 2017. Making land fall in Oregon and Exiting the US off the coast of So. Carolina. A total solar eclipse has not been seen on in the United States since 1979. This eclipse with a duration of 02m40s at 37°38′12″N 89°15′24″W in the Shawnee National Forest just south of Carbondale, Illinois, will be the first total solar eclipse visible from the southeastern United States since the solar eclipse of March 7, 1970. A partial solar eclipse will be seen from the much broader path of the Moon's penumbra, including all of North America, northern South America, Western Europe, and Africa.
For most Americans and visitors to the US, this will be the eclipse event of a lifetime. "From Sea to Shining Sea"