Scott County Indiana Events

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Scott County, Indiana is in the “Path of Totality”

I-65’s Southern Most Point of Total Darkness

On April 8, 2024, Scott County, Indiana (Scottsburg and Austin) will be within the narrow band that will be include in a “total” solar eclipse as it crosses the United States mainland. This will give us a glimpse of the sun’s outer atmosphere, or corona, that is only visible when the sun’s disc is completely covered by the moon.

To witness this incredible total solar eclipse, you will need to be within the 115-mile wide “Path of Totality,” which Scott County will be located as it crosses the US. Unless you’re within that line – the path of totality – you’ll only see a particle eclipse, weather permitting. The difference between a total solar eclipse and a partial eclipse is, literally, the difference between night and day. So, get yourself to Scott County, Indiana and into the “path of totality” if you can for this once in a lifetime experience. The closer you are to the center of the path, the longer the “totality,” or the maximum point of the eclipse will last.

The whole solar eclipse event will take about two and a half hours, but the “Totality” will only last for a few minutes.

Event Date 04-08-2024 1:00 pm
Event End Date 04-08-2024 4:00 pm
Event Date 06-30-2024 9:00 am
Event Date 07-01-2024 9:00 am
Event Date 07-02-2024 9:00 am
Event Date 07-03-2024 9:00 am
Event Date 07-04-2024 9:00 am
Event Date 07-05-2024 9:00 am
Event Date 07-06-2024 9:00 am
Event Date 08-23-2024 9:00 am
Event Date 08-24-2024 9:00 am

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