What is a Total Solar Eclipse

A total solar eclipse occurs when the sun, moon and earth lineup, turning day into night for several minutes and revealing the night sky, a 360-degree sunset, and the sun’s corona shining from behind the moon. With the proper solar viewing glasses and safety measures, viewers may even look directly at the sun. A total solar eclipse is a bucket list item for many mature enthusiasts, stargazers, and photographers and past viewers say it is one of the most thrilling things they have ever seen. 

Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime event. You’ll have to wait seven years for the next opportunity to see a total solar eclipse in North America. Get to Wyoming to watch the eclipse and while you’re here, experience all of our amazing summer activities. Many stargazers are already planning ahead, so book early for this spectacular event!

Here are some helpful links about the eclipse

How to Safely Watch a Solar Eclipse