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Viewing Areas

EXPERIENCE TOTALITY IN SALINE COUNTY

On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will cross North America, passing over Mexico, the United States, and Canada. This is the last total solar eclipse in Arkansas until 2045. Saline County is working together to provide various camping and viewing areas, as well as other experiences to make this once-in-a-lifetime event even better for our visitors and residents. 

ECLIPSE TIMES FOR BAUXITE

Start of Partial Eclipse -- 12:32:51 PM

Start of Total Eclipse -- 1:51:02 PM

Maximum Eclipse -- 1:52:13 PM

End of Total Eclipse -- 1:53:23 PM

End of Partial Eclipse -- 3:11:03 PM

Duration of Totality -- 2 min, 21 sec.

ECLIPSE TIMES FOR BENTON

Start of Partial Eclipse -- 12:32:48 PM

Start of Total Eclipse -- 1:50:50 PM

Maximum Eclipse -- 1:52:09 PM

End of Total Eclipse -- 1:53:29 PM

End of Partial Eclipse -- 3:11:00 PM

Duration of Totality -- 2 min, 39 sec.

ECLIPSE TIMES FOR BRYANT

Start of Partial Eclipse -- 12:33:32 PM

Start of Total Eclipse -- 1:51:36 PM

Maximum Eclipse -- 1:52:51 PM

End of Total Eclipse -- 1:54:05 PM

End of Partial Eclipse -- 3:11:34 PM

Duration of Totality -- 2 min, 29 sec.

ECLIPSE TIMES FOR HASKELL

Start of Partial Eclipse -- 12:32:35 PM

Start of Total Eclipse -- 1:50:42 PM

Maximum Eclipse -- 1:51:57 PM

End of Total Eclipse -- 1:53:12 PM

End of Partial Eclipse -- 3:10:50 PM

Duration of Totality -- 2 min, 30 sec.

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