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2017 Eclipse Blog / FAQ


thomas mongoven asked 5 months ago

We plan to travel about 5 hours to see it. What if it rains or is cloudy. How would this effect things?

1 Answers
Admin Staff answered 5 months ago

If a cloud is in front of the Sun, you won’t see the eclipse.  Checking the weather in the days leading up to the eclipse is one of the most exciting parts of eclipse chasing.  And it’s why I always sign off with…
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