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Where to watch the solar eclipse in the Bay Area

 

August 18 2017
August 18 2017
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Solar Eclipse: August 21, 2017

It's been almost 40 years since the last total solar eclipse was visible in the US. While California will see only about 60-80% of the eclipse, it's still an event worthy of attention.

Witness history by joining a viewing party in your area or watch the live streaming video on the NASA website: https://www.nasa.gov/eclipselive

WHERE TO WATCH THE SOLAR ECLIPSE IN THE BAY AREA:

SAN FRANCISCO:

Bernal Heights Park
Coit Tower
Corona Heights Park
Crissy Field
Grandview Park
Hamon Observation Tower
Mission Dolores Park
Mount Davidson
Treasure Island
Twin Peaks

PENINSULA:

Burlingame Main Library
Menlo Park Library
San Carlos Library

SILICON VALLEY/SANTA CLARA:

Central Park Library in Santa Clara
Cupertino Library
The Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo
Vari Hall Lawn at Santa Clara University

EAST BAY:

Alameda Free Library
Castro Valley Library
Central Library - Berkeley
Chabot Space and Science Center
Danville Library
Oakland Main Library

NORTH BAY:

The Childrenʼs Museum of Sonoma County
Marin County Free Library
Ring Mountain - the end of Taylor Road in Tiburon
Robert Ferguson Observatory, Kenwood


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