Solar Eclipse

Arkansas's Great North American Eclipse 2024

On Monday, April 8, 2024, around 1:00 p.m., the entire state of Arkansas will have at least 94% obscuration of the Sun. Two-thirds of the state will be in the path of totality, which will run through the center of Arkansas from southwest to northeast. The last total solar eclipse happened in North American in 2017; that year, Arkansas only had partial totality.

Many scientists believe that the 2024 eclipse will be the most-viewed eclipse in history. While Pine Bluff is not in the direct path of totality, this event will still bring thousands of visitors to our community to experience this phenomenon. Make plans now for your visit to Pine Bluff, Arkansas!

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