Where to Watch the Solar Eclipse in August

For the first time since 1918, the path of totality for the upcoming solar eclipse will sweep from sea to shining sea. People in a narrow path from Oregon to South Carolina will see stars in the middle of the day as the entire sun is blocked by the moon for up to 2 minutes and 40 seconds. Grab a pair of eclipse glasses and head to one of these areas on August 21, 2017, if you haven’t yet made plans.

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