Launched in 2015 to provide accurate and reliable information for the historic 2017 total solar eclipse in the U.S., NationalEclipse.com quickly became one of the leading online resources about solar eclipses, particularly for the upcoming 2023 annular and 2024 total eclipses in North America. Featuring comprehensive information on the 2023 and 2024 eclipses, as well as information on eclipses in general, thousands of people use NationalEclipse.com to learn more about eclipses and research where and how to view the 2023 and 2024 solar eclipses.
NationalEclipse.com is a U.S.-based independent resource, meaning we're not associated or affiliated with any other scientific, academic, or government organization. Our mission from the beginning has been simple: To help people understand, appreciate, and experience the solar eclipse phenomenon, to provide accurate and reliable information about solar eclipse viewing safety, and to offer advice and guidance to help people plan for and view the 2023 annular solar eclipse and 2024 total solar eclipse in America.
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