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It's a Solar Eclipse - Saturday, October 14th 10:36 am

Saturday, October 14th, an annular eclipse will be visible in New Mexico. In the morning, the moon will cover the face of the Sun so that the Sun appears in the sky as a single ring of light, known as the ring of fire.

The path of the annual solar eclipse is passing directly over Albuquerque at 10:36 am. In Santa Fe, we are on the outer edge. The closer you are to the center of the path, the longer annularity, the maximum point of the eclipse, will last. The event will take about three hours, but the annularity will only last about five minutes.

Michelle, Ann, and Terry at the Cerrillos Hills eclipse viewing.

Never view the Sun with the naked eye or look through unfiltered optical devices such as binoculars or telescopes!

Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

Southside Library Community Room

Saturday, October 14, 2023

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Shadow and Light: A Solar Eclipse Viewing Event

October 14, 2023 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Vladem Contemporary, 404 Montezuma Ave.

The Santa Fe Stargazers are pleased to be partnering with Santa Fe Community College for the October 14 solar eclipse. A “preview” event on October 13 (9 am – 12:00 pm) will tell you all about the eclipse; then, on October 14, you can view the eclipse with the Santa Fe Stargazers, also at the Santa Fe Community College. For more details follow the link to the Eclipse Page at the Santa Fe Community College.

On Saturday, October 14, 2023, New Mexico will have front row seats to an Annular Solar Eclipse. With 16 of New Mexico’s 35 State Parks in the path of annularity, you’ll have no shortage of unique backdrops to view this incredible ‘ring of fire’ from.



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