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Driving outside of zone of totality

Answered questions about the eclipseCategory: QuestionsDriving outside of zone of totality
Mike Stanley asked 4 months ago
1 Answers
Admin Staff answered 4 months ago

I don’t know what your question is.  I would try to drive TO the zone of totality so you can see totality!
If you’re asking about driving where the eclipse is not total – then unless you are within 10 miles of the path or so, it will not be different than an ordinary day.

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