The following is a list of dates during which you could potentially view a total solar eclipse, and the best locations from which to do so. These are locations from which to view the total eclipse, and should not be confused with other locations from which you may very well catch a glimpse of a partial solar eclipse.
July 2, 2019. Viewed from Argentina, Chile, the Tuamotu Archipelago, and the Pitcairn Islands.
December 14, 2020. Viewed from Chile, Argentina, Polynesia, and Kiribati.
December 4, 2021. Viewed from Antarctica.
April 8, 2024. Viewed from central and northeastern United States, Eastern Canada, and Mexico.
August 12, 2026. Viewed from the Arctic, Iceland, Greenland, northeastern Portugal, and Spain.
August 2, 2027. Viewed from Spain, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and Somalia.
July 22, 2028. Viewed from Australia and New Zealand.
2030 through 2039
November 25, 2030. Viewed from South Africa, Botswana, and Australia.
March 30, 2033. Viewed from Alaska and eastern Russia.
March 20, 2034. Viewed from Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon, Egypt, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Iran, India, and Pakistan.
September 2, 2035. Viewed from China, Japan, Korea, and the Pacific.
July 13, 2037. Viewed from Australia and New Zealand.
December 26, 2038. Viewed from Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific.
December 15, 2039. Viewed from Antarctica.