The partial Solar Eclipse of 04/30/2022

eclipse
Maximum central duration:-
Maximum width of path:0 km
Saros cycle:119
Coverage:64 %
Magnitude:0.6396
Gamma:-1.1901

Statistics

Solar Eclipse of 04/30/2022

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Observers:8
Success rate:100%

The partial solar eclipse of 04/30/2022 was reported to be seen from 2 different countries:

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List of Eclipse Chasers

ObserverTypeLocationMax. coverageTime in moon shadowTime in central shadowWeather
Jay Pasachoff8154partialChile
-33°, -71.5°
50m
28%1h 31m 13s-
Naomi Pasachoff8156partialChile
-33°, -71.5°
50m
28%1h 31m 13s-
Naomi Pasachoff8197partialChile
-33°, -71.5°
50m
28%1s-
Vincent Bouchama8171partialArgentina
-41.13°, -71.29°
771m
40%1h 37m 26s-
Paul D. Maley8146partialChile
-33.4°, -70.79°
473m
28.4%1h 28m 5s-
Lynn Palmer8147partialChile
-33.4°, -70.79°
473m
28.4%1h 28m 5s-
Roman Kostenko8144partialArgentina
-38.91°, -70.71°
1753m
36.8%1h 35m 43s-
Petr Horálek8145partialChile
-22.92°, -68.24°
2516m
10%56m 14s-