Bill Nye, also known as “The Science Guy,” is set to host a two-day camping trip in the Texas Hill Country for the April 8th Total Solar Eclipse. The Planetary Society, led by the 68-year-old TV personality and science educator, will be hosting the event at 3319 Lover Crabapple Road. Ticket holders can anticipate a line-up of science enthusiastic speakers, including YouTuber Mark Rober, science educator Science Bob and Planetary Society radio host Sarah Al-Ahmed.

The Eclipse-O-Rama festival will include a variety of activities, food and a chance to watch the eclipse with Naya herself. Children 5 and under can attend for free. Tickets for the festival are $325 per person, covering the day’s programming from Sunday through Monday evening. However, the event is exclusive to members of the Planetary Society. If you are not a member, you can become one by paying a one-time annual fee of $50 during the Eclipse-O-Rama registration process.

For more information about this unique opportunity to learn about science and space while enjoying nature in Texas Hill Country or to purchase tickets visit

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