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Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association
Tucson Eclipse Viewing
Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association: Tucson Eclipse Viewing
Tucson Eclipse Viewing
Join the TAAA and Flandrau Science Center for safe viewing of the partial solar eclipse. Nearly 90% of the sun will be covered by the moon. Even if you don't come to the UA mall, you'll notice the unusual lighting caused by having a very thin part of the sun illuminating the sky.
Date: Sunday, 5/20/2012
Time: 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: University of Arizona on the Mall, Tucson, AZ (Get Directions)
Information for Visitors:
Solar filters are necessary to view this event. The telescopes at this event will have the necesary filters in place. In addition, solar glasses will be available for purchase. These are inexpensive and similar to the red/blue 3D type glasses but with special solar filters in place of the red and blue tinted plastic.
Event Location
University of Arizona on the Mall
The UofA mall runs along University Blvd between Park and Campbell. Most activities take place near the Flandrau Science Center at University Blvd and Cherry Ave.
Address: Tucson, AZ
(Get Directions)

Contact TAAA for more information.
Email this Club   Phone: 520-792-6414

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