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Follow stories on the April 8 solar eclipse here

Indianapolis is squarely in the path of totality for the solar eclipse — for the first time in over 800 years.

April 8, 2024

Eclipse start — 1:50 p.m.
Totality start — 3:06 p.m.
Totality peak — 3:07 p.m.
Totality end — 3:09 p.m.
Eclipse end — 4:23 p.m.

The city is expecting thousands of visitors, and there's a lot going on. Catch up with all our eclipse coverage in the feed below.

And check out our newsroom live blog, where you can follow along with our team as they cover events and meet stargazers around the city.

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Follow stories on the April 8 solar eclipse here

All-girls research team captures eclipse for NASA
Newsroom live blog: The 2024 total solar eclipse
Eclipse weather forecast points to clear skies in the Northeast and central US.
Indiana has its official poet of the solar eclipse
The Checkup: Are my eclipse glasses legit? How do I protect my eyes?
Here’s where to get free eclipse glasses in Marion County
How an Indianapolis teacher is using the solar eclipse to inspire her students
Here's how blind people can hear and feel the solar eclipse with new technology
The solar eclipse is days away. Here’s where you can watch it
Follow stories on the April 8 solar eclipse here