ECLIPSE ROADTRIP: What we experienced during the total solar eclipse

It has been a cross-country roadtrip that has taken one of KENS 5's own across multiple state lines all with the goal of seeing a total eclipse.

The total solar eclipse finally arrived! The path of totality made its way across the United States on Monday.

Since San Antonio only got a partial eclipse, KENS 5's Joe Baker jumped in the car and headed north to see the real thing!

You can follow his adventures here or track him on the KENS 5 Facebook page as he heads back to Texas.

Joe started his trip Sunday morning in Falls City, Texas, so of course, his destination for this trip was... Falls City, Nebraska!

If you didn't manage to get up north to see the total eclipse in person this time, don't worry. San Antonians will get a great opportunity on April 8, 2024. That's less than seven years away!

On that day, the path of totality for a solar eclipse will pass through the Hill Country and will cover the north and west sides of San Antonio.


Sunday - 8 a.m.

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Sunday - 3:30 p.m.

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Sunday - 7:45 p.m.

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