Mauna Kea Astronomy Outreach Committee


Total Solar Eclipse 2017

Total Solar Eclipse 2017

Aug 21, 2017 6:30 AM

View the total solar eclipse online, streaming begins at 6:30 AM HST

Total Solar Eclipse 2017

A total solar eclipse will darken the skies above Oregon all the way to South Carolina along a path 70 miles wide. Though a total solar eclipse will not be seen in the Hawaiian Islands. A partial solar eclipse will be visible right at dawn.

The sun will rise at 6:20 AM HST in partial eclipse, with about one-third of the sun’s face blocked by the moon. The moon slowly uncover the sun until complete by 7:25 AM.

View the total solar eclipse online, streaming begins at 6:30 AM HST August 21.


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