On August 21, 2017, Arkansas was honored to view the first coast-to-coast total Solar Eclipse in nearly 100 years. This was the first total Eclipse since before the nation's founding. From Oregon to South Carolina, the Eclipse traveled a 67-mile-wide path across the country. Millions of Americans and visitors from all around the world experienced the Moon passing between the Earth and the Sun, and day turning to night for almost three minutes.
The next Total Solar Eclipse will appear on April 8, 2024, and Pottsville, Arkansas is one of the top ten viewing locations nationwide to view the Solar Eclipse! A Partial Eclipse will appear on October 14, 2023!The 2024 Eclipse promises to be more spectacular than the 2017 Eclipse. The maximum duration is told to be 2 minutes longer! So come and experience the morph of the Moon with us right here in Pottsville, Arkansas!
Below Is The Guidelines On How To Prepare For The Solar Eclipse: