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Agosto 20, 2017

While there should be plenty of places to watch the partial eclipse-wherever you can see the sun from 11:00 a.m.to 2:30 p.m. CDT (it peaks at 1:10 p.m.)-this map focuses on places holding eclipse-specific programming.

Texas may not be in the totality zone when the sun and moon cross paths August 21 during the solar eclipse, but Lone Star State onlookers can enjoy a partial eclipse during the outdoor watch party at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science! The eclipse will span from OR to SC.

Perot Museum educators will be on hand with tips regarding how to safely watch the partial eclipse using a sun spotter.

An eclipse happens as the Moon passes between the Earth and the Sun as seen from our location on the surface of the earth.

We have sold out of viewing glasses, but are restocking our supply of solar viewer cards so that everyone can still enjoy the solar eclipse.

There will be many activities available including making solar system bracelets, decorating personal eclipse shades, creating a space craft, making eclipse projectors and more. The party will also feature a live stream of the full solar eclipse.

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