A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon appears to totally obscure the Sun. On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will trace a narrow path of totality across 13 U.S. states. The solar eclipse will begin at 1:57 p.m., when the moon starts to block out southwest side of the Sun. As further details develop, we will b
The Moon will continue to block out more of the Sun until totality, when the Sun is fully blocked by the Moon. Totality in Norwalk begins at 3:12 pm. You can safely view this portion of the eclipse, and this short portion alone, without any eye protection because the entire face of the Sun will be completely blocked
We are currently meeting and organizing. Please let us know how you want to be involved. We will find a way for you to contribute and help make this a great experience for everyone.
We need: retired medical and first responders, planning committee members, fund raisers and donators, street team, cleanup crews, event planners, entertainers, and whatever your specialty is.
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