Year 2023 has 4 eclipses which include 2 solar and 2 lunar eclipses.
One of the rarest solar eclipses, a hybrid solar eclipse will occur on Thursday, 20 April 2023. The totality of this eclipse will be visible from South/East Asia, Australia, pacific Indian Ocean, Antartica.
A penumbral lunar eclipse will occur on Friday, 5 May 2023. It will be completely visible over Asia and Australia, and will be seen rising over Africa and much of Europe.
An annular solar eclipse will occur on Saturday, 14 October 2023. It is visible from West in Africa, North America, South America, Pacific and Atlantic.
A partial lunar eclipse will take place on Saturday, 28 October 2023. It will be completely visible over Europe and most of Asia and Africa.
We will not experience another total lunar eclipse until 14 March 2025.
There will, however, be partial and penumbral lunar eclipses to keep us occupied in the meantime.