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Solar Eclipse!

What you need to know in San Angelo

2024 Total Solar Eclipse

Oil painting "Solar Eclipse" located on second floor rotunda ceiling, U.S. Custom House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Overview Links (RamFam can use additional informational links on the next page)

The NASA Eclipse Explorer provides all you need to know about where, when and how to view the 2024 eclipse!

Eclipses: Breathtaking shows of shadow and lightASU's Physics and Geosciences department gives you the essential information.

Even more information about the eclipse. (Did you know that the moon's shadow travels over 1500 mph over the earth's surface?)

Not local? Here's an interactive map including locations of libraries where you might be able to stop and view the eclipse. (Please call ahead!)

NASA's map of the paths for the two eclipses across the United States.

Solar eclipse Texas history: When Was the Last One & How Many Have There Been? Can you guess?

In 1848 astronomers with their telescopes getting ready to view the total solar eclipse in Fort Worth. Great photo! (Enhance!)

More historical eclipse information from the Old Farmer's Almanac.

ASU and Past Eclipses from the ASU Digital Repository