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eclipse

 

Eclipse begins - 11:41 a.m.
Maximum eclipse - 1:10 p.m.
Eclipse ends - 2:39 p.m

 

All activities are open to the public

Viewing with the Astronomy Department Heliostat will be in RLM 13.132.
This room has limited space so eclipse glasses will be handed out as people
leave the room so you can continue to view the progress of the eclipse outside on
your own. Quantities of eclipse glasses are limited.

Additional viewing with solar filters on small telesopes will be on the footbridge
over Dean Keeton between RLM and ETC (see below).

RLM is located at 2515 Speedway (the southeast corner of Dean Keeton and Speedway)

eclipse

 

Information for safely viewing the eclipse yourself:

eclipse.aas.org/eye-safety and eclipse2017.nasa.gov/safety

Look up eclipse times and percentage from any other location with
this calculator from the US Naval Observatory

 

Can't make it to totality for this eclipse?
Just wait, on April 8, 2024 a total eclipse
will be visible here in Austin!

texas eclipse map

 

Questions?
Please see our contact page for additional information