The August 1999 Eclipse Archive

This is an archive reference of all the information about the August 1999 eclipse.

Eclipse Animation link to Fred Espinak's Home Page for excellent eclipse information.

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Visible on 11 August 1999 in South West England (Cornwall and Devon), northern France, southern Germany, Austria, Hungary, Romania (including Bucharest), Turkey, Iran, southern Pakistan (including Karachi), India
(Maximum Duration : 2m 23s).


Eclipse Maps and Tables

A colour NASA map from Fred Espenak showing the complete eclipse path including the path of totality across the Atlantic, through Europe, the Middle East, South Asia and ending in the Bay of Bengal.

A colour map showing the eclipse path through England from Hermit's Eclipse 1999 site.

A colour map showing the eclipse path through the England region of Cornwall from Hermit's Eclipse 1999 site.

From the Royal Greenwich Observatory, two tables listing the times of the 1999 solar eclipse in England . The first table lists places where the eclipse was total. The second table lists places where the eclipse was only partial.

A table listing the times of the 1999 Total Eclipse of the Sun in Europe from Fred Espenak and Jay Anderson. Only places experiencing totality are listed.

A table listing the times of the 1999 Total Eclipse of the Sun in Asia from Fred Espenak and Jay Anderson. Only places experiencing totality are listed.

An image of the sky during totality from Cornwall from Andrew Brown's August Eclipse 99 site.


KryssTal Related Pages

The 1999 eclipse main page.

Photos of most of the people with us at the 1999 eclipse.

Large photos of the approach of the shadow and totality.

Some newspaper accounts and a children's drawing of the eclipse.

Pre-eclipse photos including the week before the eclipse in Cornwall.

Many people (friends and strangers) have sent their accounts of the 1999 eclipse to this web site. These are reproduced here.

An archive of all the information published on this web site about the 1999 eclipse.