Manitoba Museum Throwing Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

Alain Brian
Août 20, 2017

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. The last recorded eclipse happened in the 1970's according to NASA.

It's an open invitation at the Buffalo Museum of Science to a free viewing party commemorating the "Great North American Solar Eclipse". The eclipse will span from OR to SC.

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 is expected to begin at around 1 p.m., with the darkest point being at around 2:30 p.m. and ending at around 3:40 p.m.

If you're not one of them, you still have a good chance of catching a partial eclipse (around 65%, depending on where you are exactly-you can use this handy tool created by Vox to find out when, the exact percentage, and the closest place to see the total eclipse by entering your ZIP code). The party will also feature a live stream of the full solar eclipse.

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