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 Annular Solar Eclipse of 2026 February 17
 from Antarctica

To observe the 2026 February 17 annular eclipse, I look forward to be back one more time to Antarctica, the only location where this eclipse will be annular. However viewing this eclipse means wintering over for about eight months: it would be another unforgeatable adventure.

You can use this solar eclipse calculator to compute the local circumstances of the eclipse, and the solar eclipse timer notifies the beginning of the various events. A time exposure calculator is there to help you choose your camera settings.

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Annular Eclipse 2026
Eclipse circumstances
(Fred Espenak, NASA/GSFC)

Eclipse 2026 February Cloud Cover
Average cloudiness in February
(courtesy of Jay Anderson)

Eclipse 2026 March Cloud Cover
Average cloudiness in March
(courtesy of Jay Anderson)

Annular Solar Eclipse 2026 Animation
Annular eclipse animation

Concordia Dôme C Antarctica
Concordia Dôme C Research Station in April

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