On October 14, 2023, near Carlin – Primeaux, Nevada, starting at 3:07 to 5:49 PM there will be an annular eclipse. It is a good idea for members to start making carpool plans for the 4-hour trip.
Remember, this is an easy place to reach just off I80, although parking may be a problem.
There are some great websites dedicated to the study of solar and lunar eclipses, past and future. These tools are especially handy for the upcoming Annular Eclipse October 14, 2023.
- Eclipses (Solar and Lunar) by Xavier M. Jubier - This website offers an extensive list of past and future eclipses with links to detailed pages about the best places for viewing, calculators for figuring out geographic coordinates, for predicting local circumstances at the time of an eclipse, and for calculating time exposures for your camera.
- Google Map of the 2023 Annular Solar Eclipse across the U.S. and South America.
- List of Solar and Lunar Eclipses past and future.
- Details on the Annular Solar Eclipse of 10/14/2023 in the United States, Mexico & Brazil.
- National Eclipse - This website provides details about various eclipses visible around the world. Specific events include the Annular Solar Eclipse in the U.S. on October 14, 2023 and the Total Solar Eclipse in the U.S. on April 8, 2024.
- 2023 Annular Eclipse Maps for Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and the entire U.S.
- 2023 Annular Eclipse Overview state by state.
- 2023 Annular Eclipse Cities state by state.
- 2023 Partial Cities.
- 2024 Total Eclipse Maps for Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Vermont.
- 2024 Total Eclipse Overview state by state.
- 2024 Total Eclipse Cities state by state.
- 2024 Partial Cities.
Kudos to ASN member Michael Spingler for bringing these websites to our attention.