WATCH: ‘Ring of fire’ annular solar eclipse moves across South Central Texas, Hill Country

Duration of eclipse was around 4 minutes in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO – Many people in South Central Texas and the Hill Country were in awe as they looked to the sky for the annular solar eclipse late Saturday morning.

Whether you got a front-row seat or missed out on the event, KSAT-12 has got you covered. You can watch the breathtaking video of the eclipse in the video player above.

The partial eclipse began around 10:24 a.m., with annularity starting at 11:52 a.m. The eclipse reached its peak and produced a “ring of fire” at 11:54 a.m. and came to an end at 11:56 a.m.

In total, the duration of the annular eclipse was around four minutes in San Antonio.

If you captured any videos or photos of the annular eclipse, we would love to see them! Send them our way on KSAT Connect, via the KSAT News and Weather apps, or through

In six months, San Antonio and the Hill Country will experience a second eclipse around 1:30 p.m. on April 8, 2024. And, this one will be a total eclipse.

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About half of Bexar County will be in the path of totality. Other counties, such as Kendall and Medina, will be in the path of totality, while others may not.

You can keep up with all of our eclipse coverage here.

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About the Authors

Sal Salazar is a photojournalist at KSAT 12. Before coming to KSAT in 1998, he worked at the Fox affiliate in San Antonio. Sal started off his career back in 1995 for the ABC Affiliate in Lubbock and has covered many high-profile news events since. In his free time, he enjoys spending time at home, gaming and loves traveling with his wife.

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