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Partial solar eclipse viewable Tuesday afternoon, July 21

A partial solar eclipse seen at 5:45 p.m. from the Natural Energy Labratory of Hawaii

A partial solar eclipse seen at 5:45 p.m. on October 13, 2004 from the Natural Energy Labratory of Hawaii in Kona, Hawaii. Photography by Baron Sekiya

A partial solar eclipse will be viewable from Hawaii starting at 5:24 p.m. HST and be over by 6:16 p.m. Times will vary slightly depending upon where you are in Hawaii and the ability to see it will depend upon your view of the sky along with weather conditions.

Warning: Improper viewing of a partial solar eclipse can cause severe and permanent eye damage. Learn to use a safe viewing technique!

For information on how to view the eclipse safely visit the Bishop Museum where viewing tips are posted:
www.bishopmuseum.org/planetari…

For an animation and explanation of the eclipse visit: www.shadowandsubstance.com

Info from NASA: eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEmono/T…

Live webcasts the day of the eclipse:
Live Webcast (CHINA) – University of North Dakota
LIVE! UNIVERSE, Japan Webcast (JAPAN)
Taiwan Webcast Group Webcast (Mainland CHINA)

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