A partial solar eclipse is expected to be visible here in Montana this Sunday, May 20th. This will mark the first time in 10 years an eclipse has been visible over Montana. Details here:

A partial solar eclipse will be visible over Montana and Idaho on May 20th. It is expected to begin at 6:14 pm MDT and end around 8:20 pm MDT. It's peak is expected to be around 7:20 pm MDT, when around 71 % of the setting sun will be occulted by the rising moon.

All the details on this eclipse, which starts in China, are available on the NASA Eclipse Website.

Since this will be the first Montana eclipse in a decade, anyone planning on throwing an eclipse party? Let us know!