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The United States saw a Total Solar Eclipse!
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2017 Eclipse Blog / FAQ

OK, so where do I need to be to see totality?

For the 2017 eclipse, there is a strip of land about 70 miles wide or so (called the ‘path of totality‘) that stretches from central Oregon through South Carolina. There are maps on that will show you exactly where you need to be, to be in the path of totality and therefore to see the total eclipse. Go to the site, and look at the maps there. That will tell you where you need to be.

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