Read about the fascinating math behind eclipse predictions, as explained by UTSA astrophysicist Dr. Angela Speck.
On April 8, 2024 the path of a rare total solar eclipse will pass through Texas, including parts of San Antonio and the Hill Country around 1:30 p.m.
From San Antonio, to Bandera, to Uvalde, plenty of opportunities to take in the annular eclipse will be offered
On Oct. 14, those in the path of the upcoming annular solar eclipse from Oregon to Texas will have the opportunity to witness an event that won’t happen again for decades.
To view the eclipse, you'll need safe solar viewers that are thousands of times darker than sunglasses and they must comply with the ISO 12312-2 international standard.
During the annular eclipse on Oct. 14, the moon will pass in front of the sun, creating a halo or ‘ring of fire’ in the sky.
The solar eclipse will be visible from San Antonio and the Hill Country on October 14, 2023.