Solar Eclipse Will Be Partially Visible In East Texas on August 21
People across the United States will experience a total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. The sun will disappear behind the moon, which will turn daylight into twilight and reveal massive streamers of light through the sky around the silhouette of the moon. And maybe vampires and werewolves will fight over a lady, too. Who knows.
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According to the website eclipse 2017, people from all over come to get a glimpse of this eclipsed sun and for the first time in 26 years this solar eclipse will happen in the United States which makes it even more special.
Unfortunately, Texas is not in the path for the total eclipse, but that doesn't mean we can't see a partial eclipse during the natural phenomenon. Based on studies from timeanddate.com, you can see a big chunk of the eclipse from Dallas:
- Partial eclipse begins | 11:40 am
- Maximum eclipse | 1:09 pm
- Partical eclipse ends | 2:39 pm
Just a reminder: Don't look directly into the sun during a solar eclipse. Even when it is slightly covered by the moon it can cause serious eye damage and even blindness so make sure you have proper eye protection. For more information click here.