Who saw the March 1988 eclipse?
Programmer: Bill Kramer
Last update: September 08 2018

Who saw the
Total Solar Eclipse of 18 March 1988 ?

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Chaser List: list of eclipse chaser data on file for this eclipse. Highlighted names link to eclipse chaser logs, (+) to image galleries.

  Name Lat. Long. Elev.
Weather Total
 Bakich, Michael25.978144.6240Clear221.0163.6
 Casado, Juan Carlos6.910125.7041Partly clouded187.0155.5
 Clements, Aria37.690-121.0180Clear-89.8
 Delcourte, Kris6.116125.1771Clear196.8154.7
 devgun, c b28.64177.216200Hazy-70.7
Gill, Michael-2.291106.2261Clear137.9131.7
Harris, Joel-2.243106.2131Clear134.9131.7
 Herald, David-2.574106.8420Clear124.0132.2
 H.S.Javadi, Alireza35.69351.3941Clear-55.5
Katsiavriades, Kryss6.114125.17215Partly clouded193.9154.7
 Malicki, Chris 6.067125.1251Clear196.2154.6
Nye, Derald2.921120.1031Clear182.1148.5
  Name Lat. Long. Elev.
Weather Total
Pasachoff, Jay-2.976104.7221Clear126.5129.9
Poitevin, Patrick6.119125.1781Partly clouded196.4154.7
 Roberts, Carter-2.400106.2672Clear143.9131.7
Schneider, Glenn-2.385106.2751Clear146.0131.7
Slobins, Robert-2.383106.2751Clear141.4131.7
Williams, Sheridan-2.242106.2140Clear136.6131.7

Number of eclipse chasers who saw this one: 18
Longest duration reported: 221.0 seconds by Bakich, Michael
Average duration reported: 136.9 seconds

Different nations represented in chaser list above.

United States5
United Kingdom4