Eclipse Safety 2024


Safety for the Total Solar Eclipse 2024

The communities of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield and the northern towns are in the narrow path of totality for the Total Solar Eclipse on April 8, 2024. These cities will be some of the best places to experience prime views of the epic event.


Please follow all NASA viewing guidelines for eye safety:

  • It is never safe to look directly at the sun, even if the sun is partly obscured.
  • When watching an eclipse, you must always wear safe solar viewing glasses (eclipse glasses). Here are current places to purchase solar viewing glasses.
  • For your safety, read all of NASA's eye safety guidelines - click here.
  • No pets, because they can also get eye damage.


NOTE: Check you viewing location or hotel to see if solar viewing glasses are included in the package.

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Learn More About the Total Solar Eclipse


Viewing Times

Information and times for viewing the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse.

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