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Solar Eclipse
 
On Monday, August 21, 2017, the continental US will have a solar eclipse. Everyone in the continental US will have a view of a partial solar eclipse (weather permitting). This means that the moon will cover at least part of the sun for 2 to 3 hours. Those along the path of totality, a path stretching from Oregon to South Carolina about 70 miles wide, will get to experience a total solar eclipse - a once in a lifetime experience. Totality happens when the moon completely blocks out the sun and the sun's shimmering outer atmosphere, the corona, becomes visible.
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