The next solar eclipse will be a hybrid solar eclipse, which morphs between an annular eclipse and a total eclipse, on April 20, 2023. The eclipse will be total when over land with the path of totality crossing over Australia and Asia. In Asia, the path of totality will cross over Timor-Leste and Indonesia. The maximum duration of totality for this eclipse will be 1 minute and 16 seconds. The map below shows the path of totality over Australia and Asia. To experience the total phase of the eclipse, you must be located within the path of totality represented on the map below. Areas outside the path of totality or annularity will get a partial solar eclipse only.
The next lunar eclipse will be a penumbral lunar eclipse, which results in a very subtle dimming of the Moon, on May 5, 2023. This eclipse will be visible in most of Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia. This eclipse will also be visible in Hawaii and parts of Alaska on the morning of May 5.