A solar eclipse is a lineup of the Sun, the Moon, and Earth. An eclipse is occurring on Monday, August 21st. In Apalachicola the eclipse will be seen at 2:41 pm.
Safety first! Never look at the sun without proper eye protection. Without proper precautions, the sun may burn the eye.
The sun will be 82.7% obscured in zipcode 32320. The next eclipse will be on April 8, 2024.
The Apalachicola Margaret Key Library has ECLIPSE GLASSES for safely observing the eclipse. Come to Riverwalk Park in Apalach on Saturday, August 19 at 10 AM to get your FREE eclipse glasses and hear Dr. Elizabeth Perkins’ presentation about facts and myths surrounding eclipses. Important eclipse information will be available as well as moon pies!
The Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce, Apalachicola Main Street and the Apalachicola Margaret Key Library are sponsoring an eclipse viewing party on August 21 at Riverfront Park, beginning at 2 pm. Celestial fun for all ages will include stellar music, ice cold moon juice and solar snacks!