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Head to Texas to Watch Night for Day at the Annular Solar Eclipse

Head to Texas to Watch Night for Day at the Annular Solar Eclipse

One particular swath of the US Gulf Coast will have the perfect vantage point to witness the Annular Solar Eclipse, taking place in October this year. The Corpus Christi metro area – the entire Coastal bend, including Port Aransas, Rockport and more – are in the direct path and daylight will appear dim around noon. Make plans now to book front-row seats to this phenomenon. – Editor

On Oct. 14, 2023, the annular eclipse will begin in the United States, traveling from the coast of Oregon to the Texas Gulf Coast. Weather permitting, the annular eclipse will be visible in Oregon, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas, as well as some parts of California, Idaho, Colorado, and Arizona.

The annular eclipse will continue on to Central America, passing over Mexico, Belize, Honduras, and Panama. In South America, the eclipse will travel through Colombia before ending off the coast of Natal, Brazil, in the Atlantic Ocean.

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