Get ready for an exciting event happening Saturday, October 14, 2023, at the Southmost Branch of the Brownsville Public Library.
A Solar Eclipse 2023 viewing event sponsored by the Brownsville Public Library System, Visit Brownsville and Star Society, and the South Texas Astronomical Society will be held at the Southmost Branch where there will be activities and free viewing glasses will be handed out while supplies last.
The event is centered around the annular solar eclipse occurring on that day.
Activities and educational programs related to solar eclipses will be available for attendees.
Free viewing glasses will be distributed to attendees while supplies last, allowing safe viewing of the eclipse.
According to NASA, this annular solar eclipse will be visible in North, Central, and South America.
The eclipse will pass through parts of the United States, Mexico, and several countries in South and Central America.
In the United States, the eclipse will begin in Oregon at 9:13 AM PDT and end in Texas at 12:03 PM CDT.
The partial eclipse phase will start at 10:23 AM CDT in the event's location.
This event is a fantastic opportunity for astronomy enthusiasts and the general public to witness a rare celestial event safely and learn more about solar eclipses.
Make sure to mark your calendars and join in on the excitement! Don't forget to arrive early to secure your free viewing glasses.