Where to See in Texas; Safety glasses information

Residents of some Texas and New Mexico cities will be in the best position to view the solar eclipse on Saturday, Oct. 14, along with a second solar eclipse next year. In El Paso, people can see a partial solar eclipse.

The first, an annular eclipse, will travel from Oregon to Texas and, unable to completely cover the Sun, will circle the Moon in a spectacular ring of fire. The second eclipse will be on April 8, 2024, a total eclipse that will travel from Texas to Maine, according to mcdonaldobservatory.org.

Depending on where they live in Texas, residents will have an 80 to 100% view of the eclipse. The state sits under X of the two paths of eclipses and should enjoy clear weather on those dates.

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