During the Aug. 21 eclipse, the Truman campus will experience 98.5 percent obscuration of the sun. Vayujeet Gokhale, associate professor of physics, and the Truman Stargazers will have telescopes with solar filters set up on campus and in the community for students and area citizens to utilize during the event. Read more»
Eclipse Time for Kirksville
- Start of Partial Eclipse: 11:44 a.m. CST
- Maximum Eclipse: 1:11 p.m. CST
- End of Partial Eclipse: 2:37 p.m. CST
Solar Telescope & Solar Binocular Locations in Kirksville
- Truman Observatory
- Outside the Del and Norma Robison Planetarium
- Moberly Area Community College
2105 E. Normal Ave.
- Adair County Public Library
1 Library Lane
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