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The “path of totality” – how much totality do you get?

A question has come up about the path of totality and the centerline, regarding where the eclipse is total or not total, and how much totality you get in different places. Here are some facts for you:

The 2017 eclipse is called a “total” eclipse, but you will only … Read More »



How fast is the shadow moving across the US during the eclipse?

A great question! The Moon does indeed “carry” its shadow along with it, as it moves in its orbit around the Earth.

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And whenever that shadow happens to … Read More »



I’m really close to the path of totality. Won’t I see anything cool where I am?

NO!!!

You have to be IN the path of totality, or all you’ll see (with your solar viewers, of course) is a partial eclipse! Those are pretty common, and are absolutely nothing to see, compared with the beauty of totality. If you get nothing from this at all, please … Read More »



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