When was the first solar eclipse?
The earliest scientifically useful photograph of a total solar eclipse was made by Julius Berkowski at the Royal Observatory in Königsberg, Prussia, on July 28, 1851. This was the first occasion that an accurate photographic image of a solar eclipse was recorded.
|Solar eclipse of July 28, 1851|
|Catalog # (SE5000)||9167|
What time is solar eclipse in Europe?
Partial solar eclipse Oct. 25
|Location||Partial eclipse begins||Partial eclipse ends|
|Reykjavik, Iceland||8:58 a.m.||10:35 a.m.|
|London, United Kingdom||10:08 a.m.||11:51 a.m.|
|Cairo, Egypt||12 p.m.||2:16 p.m.|
|Moscow, Russia||12:24 p.m.||2:51 p.m.|
When was the last solar eclipse in Europe?
The last total eclipse in continental Europe occurred on March 29, 2006 and in continental part of European Union it occurred on August 11, 1999.
|Solar eclipse of August 12, 2026|
|Saros||126 (48 of 72)|
|Catalog # (SE5000)||9566|