EYE PROTECTION MUST BE USED TO SEE ANY PART OF THE OCT 14th ANNULAR ECLIPSE
During an annular eclipse, the moon will cover part of the sun. It will look slightly smaller than the sun, creating the illusion of a ring of fire in the sky. This is due to the moon’s position in its orbit. The path of this eclipse in Texas is from Midland/Odessa to Corpus Christi.
The annular solar eclipse begins in Texas at 11:41 am CDT and leaves Texas at 12:00 pm CDT. The maximum duration of annularity in Texas is 4 minutes and 52 seconds.
Saturday’s eclipse resources can be found at the following link: https://www.greatamericaneclipse.com/texas-2023-eclipse