The partial Eclipse will be visible in Walsenburg from about 10:23am to 1:16pm on Monday August 21st 2017
Prime viewing (84.6% covered) is around 11:48am.
Visit the NASA Eclipse 2017 website for more Eclipse 2017 information.
Get Your Glasses at the Library – UPDATE
AS OF FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 2017 @ 10:30am – WE ARE OUT OF ECLIPSE GLASSES
View the Eclipse at the Library –
- Monday August 21st, join us at the library to view the partial Eclipse. The partial Eclipse will be visible in Walsenburg from about 10:23am to 1:16pm on Monday August 21st 2017. Prime viewing (84.6% covered) is around 11:48am.
- From 10am to 2pm, watch NASA’s live stream of the total solar Eclipse.
- We will have a few pairs of Eclipse glasses for use at the Library on Monday.
- Librarians are building viewing devices and will be on hand to answer Eclipse questions.
Safely View the Eclipse –
- Glasses provided meet the Transmission Requirements of ISO 12312-2, Filters for Direct Observation of the Sun.
- NEVER look at the sun without special eye protection.
- When viewing the eclipse, use eclipse glasses at all times when any part of the sun is visible.
- Direct viewing of the Sun can cause permanent damage if the proper precautions are not taken.
- Sunglasses do not provide adequate eye protection for directly viewing the sun.
For more safety information, visit the NASA Eclipse 2017 website