What time does the next eclipse begin?
THE NEXT eclipse is a penumbral lunar eclipse in two weeks, on August 6, 2009. It will not be noticable to the naked eye. There will be a 7% partial lunar eclipse on December 31, 2009 visible in the eastern hemisphere. At 7%, it will hardly be noticable.
The next total solar eclipse will be on July 11, 2010. The eclipse will occur primarily in the south Pacific Ocean, hitting land only on Easter Island and southern Chile and Argentina.
The next lunar eclipse is set to occur on November 28th, 2012. This is a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse. April 25th, 2013 is when the next one from 2012 will occur. This is a Partial Lunar Eclipse. Keep in mind that an eclipse isn't always visible from every point on Earth-- You have to be fortunate that the shadow falls upon your region at the right time of day!
WikiAnswers responses remain on the server for a LONG time, and "next" is a moving target. This question was posted on February 15, 2011. The next eclipse will be a partial solar eclipse on June 1, 2011. You can see the complete catalog of all eclipses from 2000BCE to 3000AD on the NASA Eclipse Web Page at the link below.