A total solar eclipse will slice a path across much of the United States on August 21. Perhaps you’ve heard of it?
The big-time space event will be visible in some form or fashion across most of the U.S., and it’s sure to impress for anyone within the 70-mile-wide strip of totality across the country (assuming the skies are relatively clear).
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But since we’re less than a month away from the eclipse at this point, it’s past time to start your eclipse education and instead we’ve got to get ready for the big day. Read more…
So like, what is a total solar eclipse?
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