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Solar Eclipse!

What you need to know in San Angelo

Upcoming Solar Eclipses

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)

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

Where and how you can watch them on campus!: Check out the rare event at various booths on campus, with free eclipse-viewing glasses.

Where to stand in Texas to see 2 solar eclipses in under 6 months. The odds are thousands to one against it, but right now only in Texas!

Not on campus? Check out this (better) map of where they are viewable in Texas with the graphic on this page. Two for the price of one where "X" marks the spot!

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

NASA's interactive map where you can track the eclipse track weather data, and see tips on viewing the 2023 eclipse.

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