Total Solar Eclipse

Total Solar Eclipse

April 8, 2024

A total solar eclipse of the sun in which the moon completely hides the solar surface or photosphere and thereby cuts off all direct rays of sunlight from the observer. There are two to five solar eclipses each year, with a total eclipse taking place every 18 months or so. Whether you can view that eclipse depends on where you are in the world.

Uvalde County Solar Eclipse

Eclipse Info
Great American Eclipses

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