When will the next solar eclipse be?: these are the dates you need to know

The astronomical spectacle of the eclipse will occur again and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has already defined the exact dates thanks to cartographic maps drawn of the moon's trajectory.

The solar eclipses They occur approximately every one to three years, due to the precise alignment between the Sun, Moon and Earth. They can occur anywhere on the planet, especially in remote areas like the South Pacific. The next one, in 2026, will pass over northern Greenland, Iceland and Spain.

In the case of Puerto Rico, the next significant annular solar eclipse will be in 2038, when the Moon is expected to cover about 88% of the Sun.

Subsequently, On August 12, 2045, Puerto Rico will partially experience a total solar eclipse in which the satellite will cover about 98.5% of the star.. That eclipse will first greet those viewing it in Northern California, passing through Utah, Colorado and Mississippi on its way to Cape Canaveral, Florida.