Annular solar eclipse of 04/08/1921

Annular solar eclipse of 04/08/1921
Day of week: Friday
Maximum duration of eclipse: 01m50s
Maximum width of eclipse path: 192 km
Saros cycle: 118
Coverage: 97.5%
Magnitude: 0.9753
Gamma: 0.8869

How will be the weather during the annular solar eclipse on 04/08/1921?

Where is the best place to see the annular solar eclipse of 04/08/1921?
The following maps show the average cloud coverage for the day of the annular solar eclipse. With the help of these maps, it is possible to find the place along the eclipse path, which has the best chance of a cloudless sky. Nevertheless, you should consider local circumstances and inform about the weather of your chosen observation site.

The data is provided by NASAs satellites AQUA and TERRA. The cloud maps are averaged over a period of 19 years (2000 - 2019).

Detailed country maps

worldmap Russia
worldmap United Kingdom
worldmap Norway

Cities inside the path of the eclipse

The following table shows all locations with a population of more than 5,000 inside the eclipse path. Cities which have more than 100,000 inhabitants are marked bold. A click at the locations opens a detailed map.

City Type Eclipse duration Local time of max. eclipse Distance to central line Ø Cloud coverage
GB  Isle of Lewis, Scotland annular 1m 47s 09:55:13 UTC+01:00 27 km 86%
GB  Stornoway, Scotland annular 1m 47s 09:55:12 UTC+01:00 27 km 86%
GB  Isle of Skye, Scotland annular 1m 40s 09:53:39 UTC+01:00 49 km 88%
GB  Thurso, Scotland annular 1m 24s 09:57:48 UTC+01:00 67 km 86%
GB  Wick, Scotland annular 34s 09:57:49 UTC+01:00 97 km 85%
GB  Orkney, Scotland annular 1m 29s 09:58:56 UTC+01:00 62 km 86%
GB  Kirkwall, Scotland annular 1m 29s 09:58:56 UTC+01:00 62 km 86%
GB  Lerwick, Scotland annular 1m 37s 10:02:22 UTC+01:00 50 km 84%
GB  Shetland, Scotland annular 1m 37s 10:02:22 UTC+01:00 50 km 84%
NO  Harstad, Troms annular 1m 14s 10:28:34 UTC+01:00 69 km 78%
NO  Tromsø, Troms annular 58s 10:31:12 UTC+01:00 78 km 79%