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TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE 2024

The Frontiers of Flight Museum is open ONLY TO PRE-REGISTERED guests on Monday, April 8th. All guests are welcome to attend our Pre-Eclipse Event on SUN-day, April 7th – tickets may be purchased at the front desk.

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PLEASE JOIN US SUN-DAY APRIL 7th

WHAT: Please join for a “Pre-Eclipse Festival” – a special day of events

WHEN: SUN-DAY April 7, 2024

WHERE: Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas

WHY: Eclipse experts at The Frontiers of Flight Museum want to celebrate and prepare our community for the eclipse happening the next day!

ECLIPSE EDUCATION RESOURCES

SUN-day Activities

2PM-4PM
SUN-day Activities are Open
2PM-2:45PM
The Sun, Moon, and You on April 8
Robert Reeves, Celestron
Auditorium
3PM-3:30PM
Total Solar Eclipse: A Stellar Friendship Story
Jayme Sandberg, Author
Main Exhibit Hall

April 8 Total Solar Eclipse

SOLD OUT

No Ticket – No Entrance
Without your ticket you will not be able to check in, there is no will call at the gate and no entrance without your ticket. We are FULL. Thank you for your interest.

Pre-Registered?
If you are pre-registered on Eventbrite, an email with instructions for entrance, shuttles, parking, and other details has been sent to you. Please check your email.

ECLIPSE EDUCATION RESOURCES

Total Solar Eclipse Day Activities

10AM-4PM
Total Solar Eclipse Event
Museum
11AM-11:45AM
All You Need to Know On Eclipse Day
David Eicher, Astronomy Magazine
Auditorium
12PM-12:45PM
NASA Heliophysics Missions
Ken Ruffin, National Space Society
Auditorium
2PM-2:45PM
Postcards From the Moon
Robert Reeves, Celestron
Auditorium
3PM-3:15PM
Celestron Raffle
DJ Astronaut
Outdoors

Food Vendors

Blaze N Good Food Truck
Flat Top Biscuits
Naros Food Truck
Thee Kitchen Beast (TKB) Food Truck
Kona Ice
Herb's Coffee
Super Duper Cookies

THANK YOU TO OUR STELLAR ECLIPSE PARTNERS!

This work is supported in part by a Jay M. Pasachoff Solar Eclipse Mini-Grant from the American Astronomical Society’s Solar Eclipse Task Force, which is in turn supported by the National Science Foundation under Award No. 2318745.

Check out our Eclipse Education webpage