Image of a solar eclipse


A map of the contiguous U.S. shows the path of the 2024 total solar eclipse stretching on a narrow band from Texas to Maine

NASA’s 2024 Total Solar Eclipse Map (Multilingual)

Visit NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio (SVS) to download different versions of NASA’s 2024 total solar eclipse map and read the…

A girl looks into a cardboard box with tin foil taped to one end. The title reads "How to Make a Box Pinhole Projector" and the NASA insignia is toward the top right of the image.

How to Make a Box Pinhole Projector Video (Multilingual)

Want to view a solar eclipse but don’t have eclipse glasses? No problem! An easy way to safely view a…

Sunlight passes through the Moon’s rugged terrain creating the Baily’s Beads effect during the total solar eclipse Aug. 21, 2017

2024 Solar Eclipse Citizen Science Webinar

This webinar provides information about three citizen science, or participatory science, projects: Eclipse Soundscapes, GLOBE Observer, and SunSketcher.

This stylized illustration, created for the 2024 total solar eclipse, shows Earth’s Moon blocking the Sun from view and revealing the Sun’s corona, or outermost atmosphere. The Sun’s magnetic field affects charged particles in the corona, causing elaborate streamers and plumes that are depicted in this artist’s interpretation.

Solar Eclipse 2024 – The Moon’s Moment in the Sun

This stylized illustration, created for the 2024 total solar eclipse, shows Earth’s Moon blocking the Sun from view and revealing…

In the foreground, an illustrated astronaut stands on the Moon. The Moon is gray with several hills. The astronaut is wearing a white suit and holding a rectangular device. On the Moon are large, human-made structures, and there is a satellite above the Moon. Against the black expanse of space, there is Earth. On Earth, there is a large black shadow, representing the Moon's shadow on Earth during a solar eclipse. On the top left of the poster are the words "Solar Eclipse Through the Eyes of NASA". The NASA insignia is at the top right.

2024 Total Eclipse Poster – Dongjae “Krystofer” Kim

This poster represents an astronauts view of a solar eclipse.

Against a gold and yellow background, a dog with a white face, black nose, black ears, and red tongue looks up. The dog is wearing orange eclipse glasses that are reflecting a solar eclipse in the lenses. In the top left, it reads "Through the eyes of NASA, Total Solar Eclipse 4.8.24, Keep looking up."

2024 Total Eclipse Poster – Genna Duberstein

This total solar eclipse poster features a dog and is available as a coloring sheet.

A black outline of a cartoon dog, with a few spots. The dog is looking up and wearing eclipse glasses. The eclipse is reflected in the lenses of the glasses. Toward the top left are the words "Through the eyes of NASA, Total Solar Eclipse 4.8.24, Keep Looking Up." There is a NASA insignia at the top right corner.

Total Solar Eclipse Coloring Sheet

This total solar eclipse coloring sheet features a dog wearing eclipse glasses.

The top right quarter of the Moon blocking the Sun with yellow and orange light peeking out from behind the Moon with the title 'April 8, 2024 Total Solar Eclipse Training' overlaid in white on the Moon

Total Solar Eclipse Training

NASA has created a total eclipse training to help you share your excitement about the total solar eclipse on April…

An illustrative poster shows the silhouette of a person with outstretched arms standing in front of a city skyline and looking up at a total solar eclipse in the sky. The top of the poster says “Experience the moment” and “The Sun & Moon Align with You!” The bottom of the poster has the date “April 8, 2024.” Along the left side, the word “In” appears above a list of 25 U.S. cities. The name “Nordgren” appears in the lower left corner.

2024 Total Eclipse Poster – Tyler Nordgren

In “The Sun and Moon Align with You” poster for NASA, Nordgren – who is a professional astronomer as well…

2024 Total Eclipse Poster – Kristen Perrin

For her “Through the Eyes of NASA” poster, Perrin – who is an African American woman, mother of four, and…

A portion of the total solar eclipse banner. Against a black background are the words "TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE, Monday April 8, 2024". Portions of sections with more information on the eclipse are cut off.

April 8, 2024, Total Solar Eclipse Pop-Up Banner

This pop-up banner is a captivating display that highlights the upcoming total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.

On the left, is an image of the eclipse safety sheet in English. On the right, is an image of the eclipse safety sheet in Spanish.

2024 Total Solar Eclipse Safety Sheet – Multilingual

This sheet, available in multiple languages, provides information on how to safely view the total solar eclipse.

The activity sheet, showing an overview, materials needed, and steps to complete the activity. There is also a photo of a girl wearing eclipse glasses with a flower crown on top.

Eclipse Essentials: Safe and Stylish Solar Viewing Glasses

Keep solar viewing safe, easy, and fun with this hands-on, art-infused, 25- to 30-minute activity for audiences of all ages.

A portion of the total solar eclipse fact sheet, showing a title that reads "Experience the Total Solar Eclipse, Monday, April 8, 2024" and some blocks of text with more detail of the event.

2024 Total Solar Eclipse Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides information about solar eclipses, how to watch one safely, and engagement activities.

The total solar eclipse folder, which is a dark red and orange. On the right, is the eclipse identifier, which reads "2024 Total Solar Eclipse Through the Eyes of NASA" on top of an illustration of an eclipse.

Total Solar Eclipse Folder

This downloadable 2-pocket folder serves as a guide to the upcoming total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.