Michigan will see a total eclipse of the Sun on April 8, 2024. Totality can only be seen in Monroe County—a tiny portion of that county with totality lasting 1 minute and 28 seconds.

The next total eclipse of the Sun for Michigan will be on September 14, 2099, in the state’s lower-left corner. (See map below.)



All times are obtained from Xavier Jubier’s website!

An excellent site for eclipse information!

United States Naval Observatory or USNO

National Aeronautics & Space Administration