What to expect during 2024 total solar eclipse in Indiana
Indiana University astronomy experts discuss what to expect when five IU campuses will be the path of totality during the solar eclipse in 2024.Read more
Thirty rural organizations across Indiana will receive funding to host arts and cultural events and programs connected to the 2024 solar eclipse, an event that will blanket parts of Indiana in total darkness on April 8.
Across the state, Indiana University’s observatories play a key role in providing public information and viewing access to astronomical phenomenon such as solar eclipses. Several of these observatories have also made important contributions to the history of astronomy.
IU Bloomington is one of only three regional coordinating sites for Citizen CATE, a continent-spanning project to record the eclipse during totality
Indiana University astronomers are serving as regional coordinators and trainers for Citizen CATE, a continent-spanning research project to capture video of the sun’s corona during the solar eclipse over North American on April 8, 2024.
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Preparation is underway for a safe 2024 total solar eclipse
IU Bloomington and the surrounding area could see an influx of 300,000 people during the total eclipse.Read more
Five IU campuses are in the path of totality for the 2024 total solar eclipse. An astronomer explains what to expect.
Bloomington has not been in the path of totality for a solar eclipse since professor of natural science Theophilus Wylie, mathematics and astronomy professor Daniel Kirkwood and Greek professor Elisha Ballantine gathered on the rooftop of the Wylie House in 1869. That will change on April 8, 2024.