Archaeology and the Total Eclipse
Sponsored by Missouri State parks - a division of Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Monday, August 21, 2017 - 9:30am

Location:
Washington State park in Missouri
13041 State Highway
De Soto, MO 63020
United States

Michael Fuller and Neathery Fuller (St. Louis Society of AIA) will be at the Washington State Park site to document how the rock art images change (or not) during the eclipse. 9:30 am is a guided interpretive discussion (by a Missouri DNR ranger) of the ancient Native American rock carvings. The eclipse will start at 11:49 a.m. and the total eclipse will occur at approximately 1:16 p.m. The total eclipse will last about three minutes. The address for this event is 13041 State Hwy. 104, De Soto, MO. [There is a good chance for a large crowd at this event because the location is "ideal" to view the eclipse - that is why we get there 3 hours ahead of the event.] Bring you camera and tripod to help document the rock art and the eclipse!

Contact Information
Michael Fuller
(314) 504-7808

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