Seeing the stars in the morning might sound impossible, but it is going to happen this summer.
On August 21, The Great American Solar Eclipse will be the first eclipse visible from the United States since 1979, and the first solar eclipse that can be seen from coast to coast within the United States since 1918.
Needless to say, this is the biggest event of the summer.
While the exact eclipse time and duration that the eclipse will be visible varies by location, Redmond residents will be able to see the partial eclipse take form around 9:06 a.m. The full eclipse will happen at approximately 10:19 a.m., and it is expected to last in this area for approximately 38 seconds.
DD Ranch (3836 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne) Aug. 19-22 Eclipse Camping
Drifter’s Car Club Harvest Run (Redmond Centennial Park) Aug. 18-20
Faith, Hope, and Charity Vinyards Aug. 18-21 Eclipse Camping
Redmond Brewfest (American Legion Park) August 18-19
Smith Rock Overflow RV Parking (3635 Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne) Aug. 19-21 Eclipse Camping