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The United States saw a Total Solar Eclipse!
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"...And we'll see YOU... in the shadow!!"

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Local Circumstances for the 21 AUG 2017 Total Solar Eclipse at Greenville, SC:

Latitude: 34° 51' 09" NLongitude: 82° 23' 38" W
Duration of Totality*: 2m 10sPartial phase start: 1:09:14PM (EDT), at "2:00 o'clock" on the sun's disk
Totality Start*: 2:38:03PM (EDT)
*All times shown are calculated for the lat/long specified above, and are accurate to within a couple of seconds, due mainly to influences of the "edge effects" at the start and end of totality.
For a more detailed explanation of this, please see the "About Accuracy" section of this great 2017 eclipse page by Ernie Wright of NASA!
Please also note that these times have been converted from UTC; if you see times on other sites that say "UTC"/ "UT", or "GMT", those are NOT the local times for you in Greenville!

Standard Google Map of Greenville and vicinity
Current Weather Forecast for Greenville
Visit our "Weather" links above for other great cloud cover forecast maps!

Xavier Jubier's interactive map of the path near Greenville

See our instructions page for use of the above map!
Launch a full-screen version of the above map!

Greenville, SC

Greenville is in the path of totality for the Total Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017!
Observers there will see (appx.) 2m 10s of totality!

(Get your eclipse glasses here – you MUST have them to safely view the partial phases!)

Do you have a location that could host folks seeking to watch the eclipse?
First, we'd suggest you contact your local Chamber of Commerce and/or Town/City Council.
But then, check out Sky & Telescope Magazine's Marketplace for viewing locations! also has a (paid) Eclipse advertising section, where you can make and post an ad to promote your products and services!


Please be sure to check out Dr. Kate Russo's excellent White Paper on Community Eclipse Planning!

Not where you want to be?
Go back to other SC cities!
Visit community pages for other states




The Roper Mountain Science Center is located on 62 acres at the highest point in the city, and they are planning a host of activities for eclipse weekend!

Check out Roper Mountain's 2017 eclipse plans!


Official Plans for viewing the eclipse from Greenville

Rain or shine, we've got you covered! Have you ever seen a total solar eclipse? On Monday, August 21, 2017 the moon will completely cover the sun across North America- from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina...and including TCMU! Come join us and experience this awe-inspiring event with a free pair of shades! Watch the total solar eclipse on the front lawn, learn about astronomy, and explore fun activities including: 
  • Story Time for all ages- "When the Sun Goes Dark"
  • Pinhole Projectors
  • Moon Phase Activities 
  • Live streams from NASA and Smithsonian 
  • Activities in Spark!Lab focused on women in astronomy

Activities are free with museum admission. 

Pictures of the Greenville area

No pictures of Greenville have been submitted yet!

If you are an official of Greenville, who is responsible for Eclipse2017 public outreach,
please send us information about your community’s 2017 eclipse plans – so we can share it here with everyone!
(Please note, we are completely swamped with requests, so NO more pictures - and PLEASE give us the text EXACTLY so we can cut and paste it in!) encourages everyone to get into the path of totality on eclipse day,
and see one of the greatest sights the sky has to offer!

(And make sure to have eclipse glasses on hand for everyone!)

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