On Monday, August 21, 2017 Louisville will experience a partial solar eclipse, with the moon covering approximately 90 percent of the sun.
On Monday, August 21, 2017, all of North America will experience an eclipse of the Sun.
Louisville will experience a partial solar eclipse, with the moon covering approximately 90 percent of the sun.
Eclipse Timeline in Louisville:
Begins at 12:59pm
Maximum Height at 2:27pm
Ends at 3:51pm.
If you want to see the Sun completely eclipsed by the Moon, you’ll have to visit the Path of Totality, which passes along southern Kentucky. If you can’t make the trip, Louisville is going to have an incredible view and Downtown is the place to experience it.
Need eclipse glasses? All Heine Bros. locations have certified viewing glasses for a $1.00 donation to the Science Center (while supplies last).
Eclipse Activities at Kentucky Science Center
August 14 – 20: Eclipse theme in Science in Play’s Science Depot
August 19 – 20: Astronomy stations, eclipse safety, and build your own viewing device
August 21: Meet on Main Street between 1- 3pm (with an emphasis on 2:26pm) for fun and viewing devices, including a solar telescope from the Louisville Astronomical Society.
Visit the museum to watch the eclipse onscreen from the safety of our Tech Forum and enjoy a Journey to Space marathon, every hour on the hour from 10am-5pm.
Eclipse Activities at Fourth Street Live!
Solar Eclipse FREE Viewing Party will be located at Fourth Street Live! on August 21st from Noon-3pm.
Food, beverages and eclipse-themed cocktails will be available for sale from participating tenants.
Guy Fieri’s Smokehouse will have box lunches. Moon-shaped pizza slices (To Go) from Birracibo.
Eclipse glasses given away for FREE at participating locations.
Fourth Street Live! will provide promotional items, plinko, and spin the wheel for a chance to win various prizes and venue discounts.
Enjoy corn hole and backyard games.
For more information about the North Americal Solar Eclipse visit: https://eclipse.aas.org