The following interactive map shows the path of the March 29, 2006 total solar eclipse across Earth’s surface. The northern and southern limits of the total eclipse path are plotted in pink while the central line is blue. The four-way toggle arrows (upper left corner) are used for navigating around the map. The zoom bar (left edge) is used to change the magnification or map scale. The drop-down menu in the top right corner turn on either a map view, a terrain view, a satellite view, a night lights or a night sky brightness view. Clicking anywhere in the map will show the local circumstances of the eclipse at the location of the click. By enabling "Detailed Eclipse Circumstances", you’ll get even more details. Even better, you can work on the full screen map.