EVENT: View the total eclipse at UH Hilo, the morning of Aug. 21

The sun will rise in Hilo partially eclipsed; the total eclipse will be viewed on the continental U.S.

Join astronomy students for a fun and educational online viewing of the “Great American Eclipse.”   

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View the total solar eclipse at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, from 6:00 to 8:00 a.m. at the Sciences and Technology Building, Lecture Hall room 108 (campus map).

The sun will rise in Hilo partially eclipsed. Totality of the eclipse will only be seen from the continental U.S. (coast to coast) where there will be a few minutes of totality when the moon completely covers the sun and the solar corona is visible in all its glory. Join astronomy students for a fun and educational online viewing of the “Great American Eclipse.”

On view will be live broadcasts from NASA sites and the UH Hilo Eclipse Expedition from Idaho.

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John Hamilton