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The Great American Eclipse


On August 21st Torontonians will be able to feast their shaded eyes with a rare partial eclipse. Last seen in 1979, this extraordinary sighting coined “The Great American Eclipse” will allow spectators to experience a substantial partial eclipse, with the moon covering almost 70 percent of the sun.

Toronto will host a bevy of indoor and outdoor viewing parties throughout the city in honour of this event. Mark your calendars, grab your glasses, and join in the “The Great American Eclipse!”

Date: Monday, August 21st

Time: 1:10pm to 3:50pm

Solar Eclipse Viewing at the CNE

Join the University of Toronto at the CNE to view the partial solar eclipse.

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Princess Margaret Fountain, Exhibition Grounds.

Solar Eclipse at the Ontario Science Centre

Watch the solar eclipse at the Ontario Science Centre where The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada will give viewers a chance to watch the eclipse through specially filtered glasses and telescopes.

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
TELUSCAPE, outside the main entrance of the Ontario Science Centre.

York University’s Solar Fair

Join in the celestial magic at York University’s Solar fair where the York University Observatory team will have individual solar glasses and solar telescopes to view the solar eclipse, as well as interactive science demonstration.

1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
York University, Lions Stadium.

Original Post published on Toronto.com (“Where to watch the Solar eclipse.”) Toronto.com. August 14, 2017.