Please feel free to download maps, posters, fact sheet, safety bulletin and other materials for use in your communities and events. We appreciate it if you credit NASA.
This unique map shows the path of the moon’s umbral shadow – in which the sun will be completely obscured by the moon – during the total solar eclipse of Aug. 21, 2017, as well as the fraction of the sun’s area covered by the moon outside the path of totality. The lunar shadow enters the United States near Lincoln City, Oregon, at 9:05 a.m. PDT. Totality begins in the United States in Lincoln City, Oregon, at 10:16 a.m. PDT. The total eclipse will end in Charleston, South Carolina, at 2:48 p.m. EDT. The lunar shadow leaves the United States at 4:09 p.m. EDT. A partial eclipse will be visible throughout the United States.
Eclipse States Maps
Provides states maps with the path of total solar eclipse.
Eclipse Fact Sheet
This double-sided 8.5”x11” fact sheet provides key facts about the August 2017 total solar eclipse, as well as sample activities to engage your audience.
Eclipse Fact Sheet Panels
These panels provide graphics, key facts and a map about the August 2017 total solar eclipse. Also available are sample activities to engage your audience.
This double-sided 20”x20” poster has a composite image of the sun on the front. The back of the poster provides key facts about the August 2017 total solar eclipse and a guide to safely view the eclipse.
Eclipse Poster Panels
These panels provide graphics, key facts and a map about the August 2017 total solar eclipse. Also, there is a guide to safely view the eclipse and features of the sun that may be seen.
This 8.5”x11” brochure has a star chart on the front and a composite image of the sun on the back. The brochure identifies things you may see during totality such as bright stars and planets and key features in the sun’s corona. Users can tear off a bookmark featuring an eclipse sequence and pinhole projector activity.
Eclipse Information Card
This 3.5”x2” card has a composite image of the sun on the front and on the back, links to the NASA eclipse education website and NASA social media accounts.
Eclipse Across America Red-White-and-Blue Poster
This poster, designed exclusively for NASA, measures approximately 24”x36”. Please use it without modification.
Eclipse Safety Tips
This 8.5”x11” bulletin provides a guide to safely viewing the eclipse on one side and links to more safety tips on the other, including how to prepare for extreme heat, camping and transportation.
Eclipse Website Resource
This double-sided 8.5”x11” flyer highlights some of the resources available on this NASA eclipse education website.
NASA Eclipse Activity Guide
This guide supports activities for learning about the sun, light, our solar system, and eclipses. They draw upon hands-on, safe activities suitable for children as well as adults. While these activities are designed to help people prepare for the total eclipse of the sun in 2017, they can be used beyond the eclipse as part of your outreach programs. And, there is another total eclipse of the sun crossing the U.S. in 2024! Each activity includes a materials list and what you need to obtain to do the activity. Mostly, the materials that you are asked to provide are the basics: paper, pens and pencils, cardboard boxes, aluminum foil, tape, etc. There are also activities that offer people the opportunity to use smartphones and digital cameras as sensors.
Please use the Eclipse 2017 emblem without modification. Please also include a link to http://eclipse2017.nasa.gov
Download the official Eclipse 2017 poster, designed by renowned artist, Tyler Nordgren. Use the web banner designs to help promote your event and link-back to our website!
Download the below sample flyer design files (MS Word .docx, JPG formats), customize them to fit your needs, and use them to help promote your event.
+Make Your Own Flyer – Use these images to get started on creating your own custom flyer to promote your eclipse party
Total Solar Eclipse Flyer (English/Spanish)
Download this 8.5”x11” English-Spanish flyer and help spread the word about the August 2017 total solar eclipse!