Solar Eclipse 2017
On Monday, August 21, 2017, the United States experienced its first total solar eclipse since February 26, 1979. All of the Continental United States saw at least a significant partial solar eclipse. For those fortunate enough to live along the narrow track of totality, or travel to the path of totality, they got up to 2 minutes and 40 seconds under the shadow.
For the next eclipse in 2024:
Regardless if you are going to travel to the path of totality or observe the partial eclipse from your home, school, or work, you might want to try to photograph and/or view the eclipse. Our eclipse resources are available for download and advise you on the eclipse and how to safely experience it.