CitizenCATE returns in 2024 with a network of identical instruments staged evenly along the path of the total solar eclipse. By studying the Sun’s corona, CitizenCATE extends what we’ve learned about the Sun and the movement of the inner corona.

The site is also home to a mission to chase the 2o17 eclipse with two of NASA’s WB-57F high-altitude research aircraft, to image totality for nearly 8 minutes. We’re hoping to do it again in 2024.