Transit Calendar

Seven more transits of Mercury will occur in the U.S. this century. This table shows when, where, and how these transits will occur. Other transits of Mercury that occur elsewhere in the world but are not visible in the U.S. are also shown. There will not be another transit of Venus until the next century, on December 11, 2117.

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ECLIPSE STORE

Date (UTC) Type States* Duration*
11/13/2032 Mercury
(not visible in U.S.)
None n/a
11/07/2039 Mercury
(not visible in U.S.)
None n/a
05/07/2049 Mercury
All 6:41
11/09/2052 Mercury AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NM, NV, OR, UT, WA, WY 5:13
05/10/2062 Mercury
All 6:41
11/11/2065 Mercury
All 5:24
11/14/2078 Mercury All, except AK and HI 3:57
11/07/2085 Mercury All, except HI 3:44
05/08/2095 Mercury All 7:29
11/10/2098 Mercury
(not visible in U.S.)
None n/a

Transit data courtesy of Fred Espenak, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, from eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov

* Note that only a portion of a state listed may be within a transit visibility range; "Duration" is expressed in hours and minutes; note that a transit may not be visible for the full duration due to time of sunrise/sunset.


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