How to See the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

How to See the 2017 Total Solar EclipseRarely has a natural phenomenon garnered as much excitement as the total solar eclipse that will take place on August 21—and for good reason. The Great American Eclipse is the first of its kind to be visible from the continental United States in 38 years, and its “path of totality” covers a vast swath of the country from Oregon to South Carolina. Looking for the perfect spot to catch the once-in-a-generation spectacle? We’ve got you covered.How to See the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse

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Rarely has a natural phenomenon garnered as much excitement as the total solar eclipse that will take place on August 21—and for good reason. The Great American Eclipse is the first of its kind to be visible from the continental United States in 38 years, and its “path of totality” covers a vast swath of the country from Oregon to South Carolina. Looking for the perfect spot to catch the once-in-a-generation spectacle? We’ve got you covered.

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