For a few minutes on April 8, 2024, millions of skywatchers across the United States will have the opportunity to see a total solar eclipse.

It will be the last time a total solar eclipse crosses the U.S. for more than 20 years.   The following locations have been selected as primary partner locations for viewing the total solar eclipse: Kerrville, Texas; Indianapolis, and Cleveland.

Each location will provide a group viewing area for the public, and NASA experts will be on-site to share the ways the agency studies the Sun and uses that information to understand its impact on Earth, throughout our solar system, and beyond.  

A live broadcast will include coverage from these locations and provide a front-row seat to the eclipse.
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