Welcome to Eclipse Tours!

Ring of Fire Expeditions (ROFE) is the longest consecutive astronomical tour organization in the United States. ROFE specializes in astro-tourism since 1970 with expeditions organized and led by Paul D. Maley of the NASA Johnson Space Center Astronomical Society and arranged by Future Travel in Houston, Texas USA. These include tours to observe such events as Halley’s Comet, the Leonid meteor shower, transit of Venus, spacecraft reentries, solar eclipses, grazing occultations, and occultations of stars by minor planets.

The number of eclipse tours listed that we have completed are for separate solar eclipses, not just individual programs. We are a public outreach effort of the NASA Johnson Space Center Astronomical Society led by amateur astronomers and welcome all persons who are interested in astronomy and the natural sciences. You do not need to have a science background or any prior experience to join us!

Solar Eclipse Tours | Solar Eclipse Cruises | Astronomy Tours

2015  and 2016 TOURS

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SILVERSEA CRUISES TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE CRUISE TO MICRONESIA
Feb. 27 – Mar. 14, 2016
Cruise aboard the Silver Discoverer. 4 minutes 7 seconds of totality!
STATUS: SPACE IS AVAILABLE!Sign Up Today!

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STAR ECLIPSE-BHUTAN, SIKKIM, NEPAL, INDIA
Sep. 22 – Oct. 3, 2015
STATUS: A few spaces are available! Sign Up Today!

 

2016 Tours

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TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE-LAND TOURS-INDONESIA
1A: Feb. 29-Mar. 10, 2016
1B: Feb. 29-Mar. 10, 2016

2: Mar. 1-10, 2016
STATUS:   ALL TOURS ARE SOLD OUT. WAIT LIST ONLY.   Sign Up Today!

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TRANSIT OF MERCURY – BOLIVIA
May 4-10, 2016
STATUS:  A few spaces are available!Sign Up Today!

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ANNULAR SOLAR ECLIPSE – TANZANIA
September 1, 2016
STATUS: A few spaces are available!Sign Up Today!

2017 Tours

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ANNULAR SOLAR ECLIPSE SOUTH AMERICA
February 2017
STATUS: IN DEVELOPMENT

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TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE-USA
August 2017
STATUS: IN DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

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