This is where you can find nuggets of information about the All American Solar Eclipse!
What is a solar eclipse?
A solar eclipse happens when the moon casts a shadow on Earth, fully or partially blocking the sun’s light in some areas.
Observers in Western North Carolina will be within the path of totality and will see the sun’s corona. All those outside the path of totality will see a partial eclipse.
Will Tri-County Community College be offering any solar eclipse focused classes before the event?
Yes! For more information about classes being offered through the College, please click here. To register for classes, call Lisa Long at (828) 835-4241.