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Timberlane Spotlight: The Ozark Total Eclipse of the Sun






April 8, 2024, Total Eclipse. Al Timberlane took shots on Highway 66 between Mountain View And Leslie, Arkansas. Time 1:50 P.M. Then the total Eclipse at 1 51. Becky and DJ Al Timberlane of KWMV Radio Mountain View watch The Ozark Total Eclipse





On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse moved across North America, passing over Mexico, the United States, and Canada. A total solar eclipse happens when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, completely blocking the face of the Sun. The sky will darken as if it were dawn or dusk.



The results were stunning, to say the least. Here is a 12-minute film for Folk Music Rewind, KWMV Podcast, Mountain View, and Leslie Arkansas. For many in Mountain View and others watching across the United States where you could see the Total Eclipse of the Sun, it was indeed a "hallelujah moment", Joe Hart of KWMV radio said in a short telephone interview by AL Timberlane. Gina Younger of Mountain View also commented that it was the most spectacular, stunning, and beautiful event she had ever seen in her life and that she could hear her neighbors shout in joy seeing the total eclipse of the sun in Mountain View, Arkansas, USA. These photos are being published in local newspapers in central Arkansas. For me, the whole experience was surreal, like being a part of a science fiction movie, except it was real, and when Mother Nature and God put on a show, it is one you will remember for a lifetime. I am Al Timberlane, here in Mountain View, Arkansas, and this is a Timberlane Spotlight of the Total Eclipse of the Sun April 2024 KWMV 88.5 FM Radio and Timberlane Music .com

More Eclipses

Solar Eclipses

Date

Solar Eclipse Type

Geographic Region of Visibility

October 2, 2024

Annular

An annular solar eclipse will be visible in South America, and a partial eclipse will be visible in South America, Antarctica, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, and North America.

March 29, 2025

Partial

Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Atlantic Ocean, Arctic Ocean

September 21, 2025

Partial

Australia, Antarctica, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean

February 17, 2026

Annular

An annular solar eclipse will be visible in Antarctica, and a partial eclipse will be visible in Antarctica, Africa, South America, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Indian Ocean

August 12, 2026

Total

A total solar eclipse will be visible in Greenland, Iceland, Spain, Russia, and a small area of Portugal, while a partial eclipse will be visible in Europe, Africa, North America, the Atlantic Ocean, the Arctic Ocean, and the Pacific Ocean

The date lisEclipse each eclipse is the local eclipse the eclipse occurs.

Lunar Eclipses

Date

Lunar Eclipse Type

Geographic Region of Visibility

March 25, 2024

Penumbral

Americas

September 18, 2024

Partial

Americas, Europe, Africa

March 14, 2025

Total

Pacific, Americas, Western Europe, Western Africa


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