Notes: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of San Diego, United States with DST adjustment (if applicable).
Hours which are past midnight are suffixed with next day date. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise.
The eclipse of April 20, 2023 would be Hybrid Solar Eclipse of magnitude 1.01 which means that at the moment of greatest eclipse, the Sun would be completely hidden by the shadow of the Moon. The longest duration of totality would be 1 minute and 15 seconds. This solar eclipse is hybrid because in some parts of Earth, total solar eclipse would be visible while in some parts of Earth annular solar eclipse would be visible.
The total Solar Eclipse would be observed from some western parts of Australia, north-western parts of Papua New Guinea, north-eastern parts of Timor-Leste, some parts of Indian Ocean and North Pacific Ocean. Lospalos in East Timor is one of the few locations where total Solar Eclipse would be visible.
The annular Solar Eclipse would be observed from some parts of North Pacific Ocean.
The partial Solar Eclipse would be visible from most parts of Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean and some parts of Antarctica and south-east Asia.
None of the eclipse would be visible from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Afghanistan, Fiji, Mauritius, UAE and other Asian countries. Also none of the eclipse would be visible from Atlantic Ocean, Africa, Europe and America continents.
For more information on eclipse visibility please check Plot of Hybrid Solar Eclipse of April 20, 2023.