Here is a list of resources for the August Solar Eclipse
(more added as they come in)
PERMISSION SLIP CLICK HERE
ECLIPSE FACTS (from the Great American Eclipse website)
- Aug. 21 marks the first total solar eclipse the United States has seen since 1979.
- The eclipse will sweep from Oregon to South Carolina in 94 minutes.
- While the majority of Barren County will not be in the path of total darkness (99.9% in most areas), the southernmost part of the county, the Austin-Tracy community will experience the eclipse in totality for 17 seconds.
- The next total solar eclipse in the U.S. will be April 8, 2024, and will move from Texas to New York.