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Indiana is best place to see sun's total eclipse!

The last total solar eclipse in the United States was on August 21, 2017. It was visible from Oregon to South Carolina. Outside of the USA, the last total solar eclipse was on December 14, 2020. It was visible in parts of South America and the South Pacific Ocean.

On April 8, 2024, Indiana will experience a total eclipse of the sun. The incredible occurrence will draw millions of tourists from around the nation to our state. Every part of our state will experience either 100% totality or 90% totality, allowing everyone to witness this incredible event.

This event is the perfect opportunity to make history. Whether you choose to attend one of the many events planned across the state or plan your own viewing parties, you’ll be making memories that will last a lifetime.

Depending on your position from East to West within the state, the start time, end time, and total duration of the eclipse will vary. Discover the top viewing locations across the state, from scenic parks to the best downtowns, and plan an unforgettable eclipse experience with our comprehensive guide.

Learn everything you need to know about watching the eclipse, from finding the perfect viewing location to protecting your eyes, and experience the awe-inspiring wonder of the universe, safely.

Visit Indiana recommends organizing your viewing party between 1:30 p.m. EDT and 4:30 p.m. EDT to fully appreciate the entire eclipse experience in Indiana. General timings for the eclipse across Indiana can be found at


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