The Total UF experience for the Total Eclipse 2024

By Pulse Staff

A number of activities are happening on campus today from shows at the Newhard Planetarium to a peek through the giant eclipse glasses on the College of Business and Student Life (CBSL) Lawn. Visitors can chalk the walk, participate in activities at the The Conda STEAM Center and the Mazza Museum.

Bill Brown spoke in the lecture hall in the Gardner Fine Arts Pavilion.

So far we’ve heard of people from Nebraska, California, and Michigan visiting campus today.

The eclipse starts around 2 p.m. and ends around 4:30 p.m. with the total eclipse taking place between 3:10 p.m. and 3:15 p.m.